u really really have no idea what ur talking about
stop b/s, come here i will pay for ur stay and let see u say another word after this
sadly and i say it with a healy heart, ur judges are wayyyyyyy wayyyyy Merciful until its pretty sick and im saying that about all kinds of ppl who are inside the israel prison.
look at pictures of the prisionesr who get out of there, all of them are so fate from eating and some even study for a degree or more.
sgain i say it with a heavy heart b/c i think they should be more Tough and hard.
u have an obsession to my country.
u wanna talk about torture? go to Syria, China, Russia.
actually, the performers were jewish israeli citizens like you, so i guess they must be deeply misinformed even if they live in the place (something that to you seems to be a strong criterion of validity).
I really hate to burst your bubble here (well, I actually don't tbh) but your country has and continues to engage in torture practices. the information is out there. just a quick google search with the words of israel and torture is already pretty revealing. here's some of it.
Since some people here have in the past questioned the validity of my sources because they weren't from the mass media establishment, I'll resort to a new focus. Here's a piece from an extremely communist pro-Arab panflet commonly referred in the UK as the BBC.
An official Israeli report has acknowledged for the first time that the Israeli security service tortured detainees during the Palestinian uprising, the Intifada, between 1988 and 1992.
The report, written five years ago but kept secret until now, said the leadership of the security service Shin Bet knew about the torture but did nothing to stop it.
The report did not detail the torture methods used, but human rights organisations say some detainees died or were left paralysed.
and another report from that antisemitic propaganda american daily known as the washington post:
Broad Public Support
When she first saw cases of alleged torture cross her desk at the Association for Civil Rights in Israel in the late 1980s, staff worker Hannah Friedman said it was very difficult to get human rights advocates to deal with them. Eventually, she and Hebrew University law professor Stanley Cohen, who immigrated to Israel from South Africa, set up their own organization, the Public Committee Against Torture in Israel, to deal exclusively with the allegations.
Shabak interrogators in those days were bound by the 1987 guidelines. While never made public, the procedures were well known to virtually every Palestinian security detainee. Prisoners were forced to stand for days at a time or were shackled in tightly contorted positions on low stools, in a procedure known as shabah. They were violently shaken, deprived of sleep, bombarded with loud, continuous music, exposed to extremes of cold and heat and forced to relieve themselves in their clothing. Their heads were often covered with canvas hoods that reeked of urine or vomit.
These techniques had widespread public support. A 1996 poll commissioned by the human rights group Btselem found that 73 percent of Israelis condoned the use of force.
Sometimes interrogators went beyond the guidelines. In October 1994, after militants abducted a 19-year-old Israeli army corporal, Nachshon Waxman, Yitzhak Rabin, then the prime minister, acknowledged that the suspected driver of the kidnap car had been tortured.
but yes, israel doesn't practice torture... lol