Sunday, May 27, 2007

`I won't testify against my abductors'

`I cannot participate in a judicial process where the prospects of a fair trial are negligible, and more crucially, where the death penalty is a possibility,' writes James Loney who was kidnapped in Iraq in 2005.

I applaud James Loney for his courage and his humanity; for his understanding and for reaching out with the hand of forgiveness. His article should be mandatory reading for all politicians from Tel Aviv to Washington via a few other states as well, who love to rule with twisted notions of justice imposed down the barrel of a gun and a bomb or two ...

…and then there is this


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