Wednesday, February 01, 2012

The re-arrest of someone released in the Shalit deal and Angy Arab's reaction

The post is entitled "The folly of signing agreements--any agreements--with the Zionist entity" and here is the text, starting with a quote from a Ha'aretz article:
"The Israel Defense Forces arrested Mamun Ismyail Salame Stut, a Palestinian man who was released from Israeli prison in October as part of the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange deal. Stut’s arrest makes him the first released prisoner to be recaptured since the prisoner swap. According to an IDF spokesperson, Stut was arrested for being a security threat in the area of Dura near Hebron by the Golani Brigade." For the life of me, I can't see how anyone can really sign an agreement on any matter with the lying Zionist entity? Of course, the Zionist usurping entity is not scared of Hamas but would not dare pull this violation of the agreement with Hizbullah. And this is not an arrest: it is a kidnapping and should be treated as such, when the other side decides to respond.
What does AA mean by "violation of the agreement"--just re-arresting someone? Hamas achieved the release of over 1000 prisoners in exchange for Shalit. The re-arrest of one Hamasnik--or even a number of them--is hardly a "ha, ha--fooled you" moment.

No comments: