palestinian prisoner release

Letters
July 4: Been there

Readers respond to the police emergency response, prisoner release policies, and a New York opera showing.

By JERUSALEM POST READERS
03/07/2014
Border policemen protect an IDF bulldozer.
Schalit deal camouflage?

The High Court approved a return to the house-demolition policy in possible attempt move focus from gov't responsibility for releasing Palestinian prisoners.

Hebron
Consider This: Our weakness and our strength

Whatever we do, we need to be prepared to wake up and start all over again, continuing to build despite all the destruction.

26/06/2014
Israeli seminary students
Ask the Rabbi: Does Halacha permit releasing terrorists to free captives?

The Talmud praises redeeming captives as a great mitzva, superior even to charity, because it liberates a person from the pain of captivity.

By SHLOMO BRODY
26/06/2014
Martin Indyk
Indyk set to meet with Israel, Palestinians separately as crisis continues

Meetings set to take place Friday, after Thursday's talk yielded "no breakthrough," Palestinian source said.

By JPOST.COM STAFF , HERB KEINON
18/04/2014
Martin Indyk
Israeli-Palestinian negotiations continue as deadline nears

There are reportedly still wide gaps between the sides, with Israel insisting on the deportation of 14 Israeli Arabs to Gaza or abroad.

18/04/2014
Palestinian Prisoner Day
Palestinian Authority: ‘Holding our people in Israeli jails is a war crime’

Marking Palestinian Prisoner Day, PA says its ratification of Geneva Convention makes Israel liable for war crimes over prisoner issue; Israeli officials respond: Entire Palestinian leadership should be indicted.

Marwan Barghouti
Hidden agenda? Palestinian plans to free Barghouti

This Palestinian terrorist leader, is unrepentant, still a sworn enemy of the United States, irremediable, and utterly refractory.

Alisa Flatow, who was murdered by the Palestinian terrorist group Islamic Jihad in 1995
Should Israel release more Palestinian terrorists?

You don’t have to be a prime minister or a seasoned diplomat or a four-star general to understand that setting more killers free just doesn't make any sense.

By STEPHEN M. FLATOW/JNS.ORG
26/03/2014
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