The existential reality of an Israeli context, where governmental decisions often have a life and death valence, has been brought home to millions of people these past few
The news that the two Israeli soldiers abducted by Hezbollah in July 2006 were returned to Israel deceased prompted an outpouring of sympathy by U.S. Jews and a pledge to continue fighting for Gilad Shalit's release
All this is about living POWs. But what about dead ones? How far should a government go in order to bring a dead soldier to burial?
The lawsuit argues that any deal with Hezbollah must advance the effort to locate and free the missing Iranian Jews.