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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Three 'loyal' 'Israeli Arab' MK's attend Habash's funeral

I have noted in the past that no one can accuse Israel's Arab members of Knesset of having dual loyalties. Their loyalties are strictly to the 'Palestinian' cause. So it should come as no surprise to any of you that three 'loyal' 'Israeli Arab' members of Knesset (Ahmed Tibi (United Arab List), Jamal Zahalka and Wassal Taha (Balad)) traveled to Amman on Sunday to attend the funeral of arch terrorist George Habash (pictured, top left) (Hat Tip: GW via Little Green Footballs).
"I have come to pay my respects to a leader who has become a symbol of the struggle for freedom and national liberty," Tibi said at the funeral.

Habash was "one of the most important Palestinian leaders of the 20th century," Zahalka said, but distanced himself from terror attacks against civilians perpetrated by the PFLP, emphasizing that "the bloodshed should be stopped. Our party always opposed attacks on civilians." [Of course, their definition of 'civilian' is much narrower than yours and mine. CiJ]
Tibi was formerly a key adviser to Yasser Arafat.

But then, the fawning over Habash should not come as a surprise given that 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen has declared three days of 'national' mourning in the 'Palestinian Authority' in memory of Habash.

But give them a state reichlet and they'll find 'national' heroes who aren't terrorist murderers.



At 6:00 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Nothing will happen to Israeli Arab traitors. Treason is practically a national spectator sport in Israel and every Arab does it.

Fear of racism inhibits the Israeli government from giving the country's fifth columnists the boot as well.


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