This is not a political discussion on war, nor is it a should we or shouldnt we be at war thread.
I am curious to some of the rules of war. Especially this:
If enemies are holding your men prisoners of war; in the attempt to rescue them, can you kill the enemies in the process?
Its true they are the bad guys, but they are holding your surrendered soldiers, maybe not well but at least alive.
I would very much like to know what the geneava convention says about this sorta thing.
PS. LMAO. I typed this up 4 hours ago before I went to school, and coulda SWORN i posted it. When i got to school to check up on the thread for replies I couldn't find it. I was seriously about to post some major hate and anger threads about deleting threads for no reasons. But then it came to me the possibility I didnt actually submit.... Boy was I feeling quite the fool when I got home just now, moved my mouse, the monitor turned back on and there sits the thread. This is all irrellivant, but it just goes to show you what waking up early does to your mental prowess.