While negotiations remain ongoing to ransom the Israeli prisoner of war, Cpl. Gilad Shalit, in exchange for hundreds of Palestinians who were convicted of murder, the terror victims’ families are busily making preparations to track any released terrorists and to kill them.
A new organization has already begun with fundraising and discrete meetings, while their initiative, called “Eye for an Eye,” is being formulated.
Attorney Meir Schijveschuurder and his brother, Shvuel, who lost their parents and three brothers – the youngest of whom was age 2 – in the August 2001 Sbarro restaurant terror attack.
Recently, they formed a group of families who have lost their loved ones in terror attacks and contacted Jewish donors in Israel and abroad.
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Their goal is to form a professional staff that will prepare an “intelligence file” on each terrorist who is to scheduled be released in the next convict exchange deal. The staff will track the terrorists after they are released.
According to members of this new group, they are receiving professional counsel from, among others, officials who worked once with those organizations who tracked and located Nazis around the world.
On an entirely different front, they are consulting attorneys on the possibility of filing damage suits against some of the released convicts.
“We have a profile of most of the murderers, as well as information on their families,” said Meir Schijveschuurder. “For example, the parents of one of those involved in the Sbarro attack own a pizzeria in Jenin. We also have their home addresses.
“In addition, there is a woman terrorist who was the organizer of the attack. She will be the first one, as far as I am concerned. She didn’t stop smiling throughout the trial. We will erase that smile off her face. I am prepared both mentally and physically to send her to another world. Those who will be sent to the Palestinian Authority, we will deal with as is the custom there: blood for blood.”
The attorney also stresses, “We have no complaints against the government of Israel. From the moment it decides it is has finished punishing them, we are doing this as a last resort. It is very recommended to signal these murderers that they’re better off staying in Israeli jails, with all the goodies they get there. Outside jail, they will not get even one good night’s sleep. We will haunt them and reach each and every one. We will conduct ourselves in precise accordance with international or Palestinian law, based on the place where they are residing, nothing more or less.”
Another member of the organization, who lost a brother in an attack, said “We have statistics indicating that at least 20 percent of the released convicts return to be terrorists. We are now in the stage of finalizing a plan of action that will not only span the Palestinian territories, but across the entire world.”
These family members of terror victims stress they plan on dealing with each terrorist in accordance with the law of the country in which they reside:
“If we locate a terrorist who was sent to Germany or Holland, we will file a lawsuit against him through the attorneys who are assisting us. We need about $5 million in order to hire staff and complete the mission, and we already have part of the sum.”
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