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Should Israel's Mossad be allowed to kill enemies on sight without the authority of the judiciary?

  • Yes, Mossad agents require autonomy.

    The time window available to kill certain enemies is often small and fleeting. In many circumstances it is for the safety of those men and women on the ground to kill on sight. Awaiting judicial authority puts those protecting our interests at risk of being themselves harmed. Futhermore, judicial authority is often little more than a rubber stamp and does little to give real legitimacy.

  • They Are Enemies

    I believe Israel's Mossad should be allowed to kill enemies on sight without the authority of the judiciary because he can be granted that right by the government. Mossad usually picks people out of areas where people can not be easily obtained, so he is the one out in the field and should have the full right to protect himself.

  • That's just adorable to think they care.

    I think that it's naive and somewhat charming that any citizen of Israel thinks that its Mossad agents are not already killing enemies on sight. Intelligence agencies worldwide aren't exactly known for keeping the rest of the government in the loop on their actions. No matter what the judiciary might have to say on the matter, it's already happening.

  • There is too much turbulence to allow killings wihout thought.

    Israel's Mossad should not be allowed to kill enemies on sight without the authority of the judiciary. This is because it can lead to too many abuses. With the mood in the Middle East as turbulent as it is, more thinking has to be done before fire is let loose.

  • No they shouldn't

    I do not think that anyone should have the right to kill anyone. I definitely do not think that Israel's Mossad should be allowed to kill enemies on sight without the authority of the judiciary. Israel's Mossad shoild not get to be judge, jury, and executioner. The Mossad should not be able to do that.


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