The members of the Palestinian Liberation Organization who performed acts of terrorism during the struggle for statehood are no different from people who have resisted occupation throughout history. Though these acts killed people, the freedom they were fighting for purifies their actions. More recent murders, however, since the declaration of peace in 1993, should not be excused, for they are an abrogation of an official peace agreement.
No, members of the Palestinian Liberation Organization should not receive amnesty for their actions, because they need to learn that they will be held accountable. The PLO is a terrorist organization. The Christian crusaders are condemned, but the PLO is considered freedom fighters. It is time to call them for the terrorists that they are.
The Palestinian Liberation Organization may wish to receive amnesty for many of their actions, but it is not warranted. In the past, the PLO has shown itself to be unmoved by the needs of their so-called enemies, but then enlist the help of the world powers for their own problematic situations. This is a contradictory way of showing their alliances, therefore amnesty should only be given the PLO in very extreme and necessary cases.
I do not believe the members of the Palestinian Liberation Organization should receive amnesty for their actions. If the members of the Palestinian Liberation Organization do something that is out of line then they should be punished accordingly. We should not give amnesty to people based solely on their affiliations.
I do not believe that members of the Palestinian Liberation Organization should receive amnesty for their actions. I think that they are a terrorist group and a problem. And such groups should not be able to receive such benefits and privileges such as amnesty and understanding from the International world and community.