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Sunday, July 09, 2006

More pearls of wisedom from our Arab Knesset members

(source: Artuz Sheva)
Knesset Member Wasal Taha, corresponding publicly with internet surfers on the Arabic-language IslamOnline site, said he repeatedly advised PA terrorists to battle and kidnap Israeli soldiers.

MK Zevulun Orlev (National Religious Party), who last week submitted a bill to negate Knesset membership to MKs who support terrorists, said that Taha's "traitorous" remarks are further proof that Israeli democracy must protect itself.

According to a report in Maariv newspaper today, Taha told surfers on Thursday that he repeatedly advised the PA Arabs to stop shooting and targeting civilians, and to concentrate on IDF targets. An English translation of Maariv's Hebrew translation of Taha's Arabic words:
"We told them more than once that the Palestinians, who are subjected to murder and ongoing crimes on the part of the Israeli army, have two options: One is to explode and kill civilians - and these are much easier operations. The second option is the military option, in the framework of which a military unit from the resistance [i.e., terrorist infrastructures - ed.] is established in order to break into a military camp, clash with the soldiers and battle them and take them and the conquest into captivity." Read the whole article...

Need we say more...?

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At 2:43 PM, Blogger Greg said...

I'm all for excluding ANY AND ALL Arab MK's from the Knesset. But Orlev puzzles me as he usually does: why just those who talk treacherously? I mean, it's pretty self-evident that parties like Ballad or Hadash are treacherous parties if one is to even read their party platforms.

At 3:23 PM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

greg, one step at a time. It would be undemocratic to disallow their parties based on rhetoric from their platforms. If they don't act on those platforms, there's nothing wrong with it. However, the words and actions are what will do them in. When they say that the Israeli army is "not their army", even-though they live in Israel and work for the Israeli government that funds that army that protects their a$$es every-day. Saying those words are bad. Saying that they support the kidnapping of their soldiers and supports Hamas' actions is what will do them in. We don't have to "disarm" their parties. If all the party MEMBERS are disbanded, than either the parties will fall, or they'll be replaced by people who will keep their mouth shut and actions quiet. In that case, I couldn't care less if their party's in the government or not. They just need to know that they can't get away with speaking out for terrorists and meeting with them.

Personally, I would love to go back to the time where people who committ treason were shot on the White House lawn, by the PRESIDENT.

At 8:49 PM, Blogger Greg said...

OC: personally, me too! And hell yeah, their parties should be disbanded for the shmack they're bringin'

...presently he got out his refreshing Coors Light and calmed himself down havinng watched "Smackdwon" on "Raw"

At 10:43 PM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

Like I said, one step at a time...

At 5:15 AM, Blogger Behemoth101 said...

Treason is not to be conflated with dissent.


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