4 responses

  1. Siddhartha S. Biswas
    April 23, 2013

    Israel Govt. did correct thing in imprisoning this person. His personal belief is certainly not greater then the great nation he is born. Serving and defending Israel is his duty , and if he refuses to do so , then he is a traitor. And personally i believe, there is only one punishment for traitors — death penalty (though Israel dont impose death penalty by practice)

    • hhhook
      June 16, 2013

      "His personal belief", The content of this personal belief is not to kill innocent people.
      "defending Israel is his duty", defending an illigedimate state is nonsense at it's core.
      "death penalty"', death penalty is your (Zionist) solution to every issue. The prime reson you will never escape your inner prison.

  2. crina
    April 24, 2014

    This boy should be an example for all of us. He has been though so much and he is only 19 and instead of accepting defeat he holds on to his beliefs and accepts what's coming to him without running away.

  3. suzy
    May 27, 2014

    I think this boy is amazing! I am very proud of him. He shows a lot of character and strength. I'm sure he won't back down from what he believes.

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