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Sunday, January 29, 2006

Netanyahu calls fence route 'dangerous'

This was also completely predictable.

Netanyahu calls fence route 'dangerous'

A group of Likud MKs led by Likud chairman Binyamin Netanyahu visited on Sunday morning two sites that overlook the planned route of the security fence. Last week, the fence's route was changed to exclude the Arab village of Beit Iksa, which lies between Mevasseret Zion and the Jerusalem neighborhood of Ramot. [This is unbelieveable. For those who don't know Jerusalem, you have to see where Beit Iksa is to believe the stupidity of putting it outside the fence. It would allow the 'Palestinians' to use small arms fire on the main Jerusalem - Tel Aviv highway. CiJ]

"Since [Acting Prime Minister] Ehud Olmert entered office, he has made three wrong decisions," said Netanyahu.

"The first was to allow the Palestinians to vote in Jerusalem for their Parliamentary elections. The second was to give tax revenues to the PA, and the third mistake was to move the security fence 700 meters closer to the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway."

Netanyahu called on Olmert to reverse his decision, saying that it was a disastrous plan, which showed a lack of knowledge and experience about Israel's security.

"Ehud Olmert and his associates have not learnt from the mistakes of the disengagement which gave something in exchange for nothing," Netanyahu added. He warned that the new proposed route of the fence endangered the many drivers who use Highway 1 on their daily journeys between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.


1 Comments:

At 10:37 PM, Blogger sunbeam said...

was it a mistake to allow palestinians to vote in their own elections?.

read it back to yourself and listen to what you are saying.

 

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