Germany Releases Hezbollah Hijacker Wanted by US 13 replies

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Admiral Donutz Advanced Member

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#11 15 years ago

If it was a trade it isn't good, give them one finger and they will take your whole hand.

This being said, asuming that A) it was not a trade B) The guy legally was set free and for good reason such as a change on behaviour and thus being corrected it isn't a bad thing to set prisoners free. It shouldn't be easy to release somebody early who isn't found innocent but it shouldn't be impossible either.

I wouldn't hand over any prisoner to the USA without any garantees though, the USA has been known before not to treat all suspects we or other European countries turned over decently. More over it's a general policy not to turn over people to countries that enforce capital punishement or atleast make sure such a punishment will not be applied to the suspect in question.




adamma

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#12 15 years ago

Interesting Thread.I think they freed here cause shes Islam and other Islamists put the Hijackers under pressure,Ms.Osthoff did so much for the Iraqs that her kidnapping wasnt tolerated by the Iraq Goverment. Now shes free,she even refuses to return to Germany cause she wants to spend time with her Family in Iraq.So think about what the German Goverment is dealing with that Situation,they dont agree with her and want her back in Germany at once.Its got something like,yeah we get you out and you stay down with that radicals...stupid bitch.If im honest i think she should return immediatlie,everything else is a problem for everybody involved.




Mephistopheles

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#13 15 years ago
RelanderPersonally I think that "we" shouldn't give in to terrorist demands in any circumstances because it just feeds them to take more hostages and present more demands. Trades like this (if it was a trade) just gives them more strenght.[/quote] This is actually what I wanted to say (my last post was a bit vague). On the other hand I am curious to see what will happen to Hamadi after his 19 years in prison. If Hamadi had killed an Israeli citizen this release would have most likely meant a death sentence to him. But the CIA is not the Mossad... [quote=adamma]Now shes free,she even refuses to return to Germany cause she wants to spend time with her Family in Iraq.So think about what the German Goverment is dealing with that Situation,they dont agree with her and want her back in Germany at once.Its got something like,yeah we get you out and you stay down with that radicals...stupid bitch.If im honest i think she should return immediatlie,everything else is a problem for everybody involved.

I don't understand the motives of this woman either. On the other hand you cannot force her to come back to Germany if she prefers to stay in the country where she had been kidnapped. Maybe it is disrespect, maybe it is courage. Who knows. Let's hope she will not be kidnapped again...




adamma

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#14 15 years ago

Yeah thats what i think too,guess about the Iraq Terrorist Thoughts,oh she doesnt want to return,dont want to learn her lection,so i got to kidnapp her again.My guess is she should return to Germany and return to Iraq if the Situation is a bit more...peacefull.




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