In his latest work on the Huffington Post, Alan Dershowitz uses his lawyer skills to remark on the Mahmoud al-Mabhouh killing. He concludes that if Israel was the nation responsible for his death, they were completely within their legal rights to do so. You can read his arguments for yourself, I don't need to repeat them.
Naturally, this has provoked some unhappy reactions from the Huffington Posters. They are apparently one of the few groups of Americans shedding tears over Mabhouh's death. I should point out that there were some people who were upset about the alleged use of passports, but that was not what the article was about, so they won't be included. It's still an ongoing fully moderated thread, so there will probably be more comments.