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So would this "top lawyer" Nathan Lewin, and his bosom moral minor buddies Dirtbag Dirshowitz, et. al., also recommend that the families of all jews be executed if it were PROVEN that Ariel Sharon was behind 911?

Even as several observers rejected the notion of blackballing Lewin, they offered
substantive critiques of his argument. Dershowitz, author of "Why Terrorism Works"
(Yale University Press, 2002), and terrorism researcher Steven Emerson, who both
favor the limited use of torture to extract information about an impending terrorist
attack, said that they balked at the execution of innocent civilians. Still, Emerson
added, "all bets are off" if terrorists were to target thousands of people with non-
conventional weapons.

Better yet, why should we wait for proof before embarking on such a campaign?  It's not exactly like the jews waited for proof of Osama bin Ladin's guilt before beating OUR war drums, is it?  What is it about jews that "think" they deserve special treatment?

The only special treatment they deserve is Biblical http://fathersmanifesto.net/poll.htm

 

 


From http://www.middleeastwire.com:8080/storypage.jsp?id=11152

Top Jewish Lawyer Urges Death For Families Of Palestinian Fighters
Publisher: Forward.com
By: AMI EDEN
Posted: 2002-06-09

A prominent Washington attorney and Jewish communal leader is calling for the
execution of family members of suicide bombers.

Nathan Lewin, an oft-mentioned candidate for a federal judgeship and legal advisor
to several Orthodox organizations, told the Forward that such a policy would provide
a much-needed deterrent against suicide attacks. Under the proposal, which Lewin
unveiled in the current issue of the opinion journal Sh'ma, family members would be
spared if they immediately condemned the bombing and refused financial
compensation for the loss of their relative. (Lewin's article appears on the web at
http://www.shma.com/may02/ nathan.htm.)

While a 20-month spate of suicide bombings has been met in the Jewish community
with calls for increasingly Draconian preventive measures, Lewin appears to be the
first Jewish communal leader to approve publicly of the concept of executing
innocent civilians in the hopes of curbing terrorism.

"If executing some suicide-bomber families saves the lives of even an equal number
of potential civilian victims, the exchange is, I believe, ethically permissible," wrote
Lewin, who served as president of the International Association of Jewish Lawyers
and Jurists and is a vice president of the Orthodox Union. "It is a policy born of
necessity - the need to find a true deterrent when capital punishment is
demonstrably ineffective."

Lewin argued that the biblical injunction to destroy the ancient tribe of Amalek serves
as a precedent in Judaism for taking measures that are "ordinarily unacceptable" in
the face of a mortal threat. His proposal, however, was rejected by an Israeli
diplomat in New York, and discounted, in terms ranging from mild to condemnatory,
by a range of commentators, terrorism experts and Jewish communal leaders from
across the American political spectrum.

"The State of Israel is determined to respond to every Palestinian provocation," said
Ido Aharoni, consul for media and public affairs at Israel's New York consulate.
"Israel's military approach is to pursue the perpetrators and those who seek to carry
out acts of terrorism against innocent Israelis. Within that framework, Israel is trying
to minimize, if possible to eliminate, the number of innocent lives lost."

Several leading Jewish figures, including Harvard Law School professor Alan
Dershowitz, argued that the plan represented a legitimate if flawed attempt to strike a
balance between preventing terrorism and preserving democratic norms. But the
proposal was strongly condemned by the head of the Reform movement, Rabbi Eric
Yoffie, and the executive vice chairwoman of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs,
Hannah Rosenthal.

"The opinion is utterly reprehensible and totally contrary to the most fundamental
principles of the Jewish religious tradition and everything the State of Israel has been
about since its founding," said Yoffie, president of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. "I've said it, and everyone realizes, that in a war all of our standards
on civil liberties may not apply. But to say that you need to make common-sense
compromises is a long way from saying we are going to kill innocent people to bring
about deterrence."

Yoffie rejected Lewin's reference to Amalek as a possible justification for killing
innocents. He argued that for nearly 2,000 years talmudic sages and other rabbinic
commentators have argued that the lessons of Amalek could not be applied to
contemporary times. In an article that appeared in the Sh'ma journal alongside
Lewin's essay, Brandeis University Jewish studies professor Arthur Green wrote, "I
only wonder how long it will take [Lewin], by the force of this proof-text, to go all the
way and suggest that the Palestinian nation as a whole has earned the fate of
Amalek."

Green, former president of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, wrote that his
first desire upon reading Lewin's essay was to "tear my garments, as a sign of
mourning on hearing the desecration of God's name."

The criticisms of Lewin were taken one step further by Jeremy Burton, a member of
Sh'ma's advisory board and executive director of AMOS: The National Jewish
Partnership for Social Justice. Burton argued, in his own name, that the attorney
should now be blackballed from organized Jewish life, just as the late Rabbi Meir
Kahane was ostracized for calling for the mass deportation of Arabs from Israel.

Rosenthal, whose organization serves the national network of local Jewish
community relations councils and a range of national organizations, said that Jewish
groups need to condemn any talk in their community of justifying the killing of
civilians. "I can't begin to tell you how many meetings I've been in with colleagues
across the country where the words of spokespersons for various Muslim and Arab
causes are being parsed," Rosenthal said. "We look at words and decide which side
of the line you are on."

Dershowitz and Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League,
rejected the notion that Lewin should be elbowed out of communal life. They argued
that his proposal represented a legitimate attempt to forge a policy for stopping
terrorism. Foxman declined to take a stand on the actual proposal, citing his policy of
deferring to Jerusalem on Israeli security issues.

Though they declined to endorse the controversial proposal, top officials at the O.U.
and Agudath Israel of America, for whom Lewin has done legal work, expressed
sympathy for Lewin's efforts to curb what they described as an unprecedented wave
of suicide attacks in Israel. "[Lewin] is not a Kahanist; he is not a nut," said Richard
Stone, chair of the O.U.'s Institute of Public Affairs. Stone noted that Lewin, a
member of the institute's executive committee, was not advocating the mass
deportation of Arabs, rather a limited method of fighting terrorists.

Rabbi William Altshul, headmaster of the Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy, a
Modern Orthodox Jewish day school in Washington, D.C., told the Forward that he
did not regret the decision to honor Lewin this week at the school's annual dinner. "I
haven't read the article," Altshul said. "But Nat has always been known for his
outspoken opinions, and I respect him for it."

Even as several observers rejected the notion of blackballing Lewin, they offered
substantive critiques of his argument. Dershowitz, author of "Why Terrorism Works"
(Yale University Press, 2002), and terrorism researcher Steven Emerson, who both
favor the limited use of torture to extract information about an impending terrorist
attack, said that they balked at the execution of innocent civilians. Still, Emerson
added, "all bets are off" if terrorists were to target thousands of people with non-
conventional weapons.

Dershowitz argued that the same level of deterrence could be achieved by leveling
the villages of suicide bombers after the residents had been given a chance to
evacuate (an idea Lewin disparagingly likened to "using aspirin to treat brain
cancer").

Rabbi Steven Pruzansky of Orthodox Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck, N.J.,
a trained lawyer known for hawkish views on Israeli security issues, argued that a
policy of mass deportations, rather than executions, could serve as an effective, but
less deadly, deterrent against future attacks.

Several observers defended Lewin by noting that the United States killed tens of
thousands of civilians in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. But Yoffie warned against such
parallels.

"If we are going to start looking for historical justifications for us to kill innocent
people, then we are destroying the moral basis of our argument, which is ultimately
our most effective weapon," the Reform leader said. "Don't go down that road
because it is wrong, self-defeating and dangerous for Israel."

� 2002 [Forward.com]. This news item is distributed via Middle East News Online
(MiddleEastWire.com).

 

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