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Charles Drago
04-17-2011, 02:30 PM
How different might the world be if Israel had "pardoned" Adolf Eichmann by sentencing him to life imprisonment under humane, internationally monitored conditions?

How many holocausts since the Eichmann execution might have been prevented if Israel had said to the world, in effect, "No good can come from six million and one"?

The life of Adolf Eichmann and the life of Anne Frank were equally sacred.

Did the execution of Eichmann save a single life?

As Eichmann's neck snapped, did the mass graves of eastern Europe suddenly erupt into seismograph-shattering mass resurrections?

Justice? By all just means.

Vengeance? Never!

Until the lives of Holocaust perpetrators are held to be as sacred as the lives of Holocaust victims, the Holocaust will be repeated.

Magda Hassan
04-17-2011, 02:41 PM
I couldn't agree more Charles. :thumbsup:

Charles Drago
10-15-2012, 03:42 AM
Bumping this thread at a time when its sentiments are most worthy of revisiting.

I hope.

Dawn Meredith
10-16-2012, 10:42 AM
Bumping this thread at a time when its sentiments are most worthy of revisiting.

I hope.

The initial post makes your point well. Thanks for the bump.