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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

MK slams 'Palestinian' terrorist deal

As many of you probably heard already, Israel reached an agreement with the 'Palestinian' terrorist hunger strikers on Monday. The terms of the deal are here. At least one Likud MK, Danny Danon, is not pleased with the terms.
"This deal was a serious mistake; instead of making things tougher for the terrorists they are giving them a prize,” said Danon. “The situation for security prisoners must be clear: no family visits, no special benefits. And key prisoners must be in solitary confinement.”

Danon plans to bring the matter up before the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee in an attempt to block implementation of the deal, according to a report by Arutz Sheva.

Danon also said that just as Israel would not grant a Hezbollah member held in an Israeli jail family visits, similarly members of Hamas should not be able to receive visitors either, as both groups deny the existence of Israel.

The Almagor Terror Victims Association also came out against the agreement on Tuesday, saying in an official statement that it set a dangerous precedent as it was the first time the government had signed a deal with imprisoned terrorists. The group also slammed the involvement of Egyptian mediators in internal Israeli affairs.
I don't understand why the government did this deal. Who cares if a bunch of terrorists starve themselves to death, regardless of what the UN and the Euroweenies think? This strikes me as pretty spineless.

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At 3:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the Palis are still in jail, yes, in general pop & able to visit immediate family but not the biggest deal in the world. But really, who knew they had the ability to organize terror activities up to know? Wow. & if they are caught (hopefully) doing it again back in isolation.

This is their big thing?

Syria/Iran..the Sunnis are getting nervous & the let's-make-a-dealfest between Jews & their sworn best enemies continues.

At 4:33 AM, Blogger Russel Harris said...

A precedent has been set; this will happen again and again...


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