Amiram Ben-Uliel: The handyman accused of Duma murders
Elisha Ben Kimon
Published: 03.01.16, 16:06
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1. Why did the ISA block an investigation
Bob D.   (01.03.16)
on the other 3 fires in Duma? And why were the media asked to hush up all those fires?-------- Why did the Arabs in Duma not want to cooperate with the arson investigation of the fire for which Jews were accused? And why did the ISA then stop their investigation on Arabs? -------- And yet, Jews were arrested and indicted for one of them. If the ISA corruption doesn't smell very fishy, what does?
2. Janet Karni, you're right. It was DEFINITELY a tribal arson
among Arab neighbors. No doubt about it and no matter how much they're trying to convince otherwise. You can well imagine the riots and uproar if the government will find the Arab guilty of any of the the arsonS. Arresting innocent Jews and keeping them locked up will not bring on any Jewish riots, especially if they're settlers and don't have anyone to stick up for them. But, as in the past, it will still bring on Arab riots as after other innocent Jews arrested.
3. For once
marko ,   Tel Aviv   (01.03.16)
For once the goverment is doing the right thing acting against the right wing settlers and fanatics .Well done
4. torture
Larry ,   LA (formerly)   (01.04.16)
There is a difference in getting additional info through torture and getting a confession through torture. Getting additional information through torture means implicating someone else. However the fact that some one is implicated does not mean anyone will believe he/she is guilty unless there is real proof. Getting a confession through torture is a worthless confession unless there is absolute proof of the act since a person will confess to anything and everything to stop the torture. In this case, a person who says 'yes' he did it while being tortured is not to be believed. Torture has a very small place in stopping further terrorist attacks but no place in bringing people to courts of law.
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