Skip to comments.Freed Hunger Striker Proudly Announces Return to Terrorism
Posted on 06/12/2013 8:01:44 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Ayman Sharawna, a terrorist freed from prison by Israel after an eight-month hunger strike, has publicly announced that he has returned to terrorist activities.
A story which recently aired on the Lebanese Al Mayadeen television network and which was reported by the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Center, documented Sharawna as he returned to Hamas Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades. The Al Mayadeen reporter showed Sharawna in his home in Gaza and accompanied him as he took part in Hamas terror operations near the border with Israel.
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Israel has drones; I hope they decided to solve this problem permanently.
I suspect he more likely swore to continue Jihad.
Start force-feeding them pork and dump pig $h!t on their hometowns and property from the air. Problem solved.
It’s kinda nice to know that once you get back from unpaid leave you can still get your old cubicle back. ;-)
I’ve had plenty of shawarmas, and they’re pretty tasty if....
Oh, wait a minute.
Surprise? If you put a barking muzzle on a dog, the dog will not bark. When you remove the muzzle the dog goes back to barking because it’s the dog’s nature.
The similarity should be obvious.
He survived an eight-month hunger strike?
I’m guessing he wasn’t overly conscientious about it.
Bobby Sands died after two months.
Time to detonate that little surprise they installed in him for just this occasion! I think something like that would go a long way to rehabilitating someone.
Once a brain dead terrorist, always a brain dead terrorist.
Typically, the leftist Times of Israel has NOTHING about this story.
An eight month hunger strike and he wasn’t dead yet? Either he weighed a couple thousand pounds before starting or the strike was more of a pledge to not eat pork.
I hope they have intel on his home and drone his ass as a lesson pour encourager les autres.
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