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Monday, March 23, 2009

Israelis protest outside security prison

Israelis protested outside the maximum security Sharon prison on Monday morning against 'Palestinian' terrorists receiving visitors and relatives while Gilad Shalit remains captive for 1,002 days without so much as a visit from the Red Cross.
Head of the Kibbutz Movement's special assignment division Yoel Marshak was also present at the demonstration, and told Ynet, "By the time the government implements its decisions, a year will have passed.

"This must be done today already. We are here to protest and arouse public opinion, and to show Hamas that we can also block visitation to their prisoners, as long as they are not allowing anyone to see Gilad Shalit."

The protest was initiated by the Im Tirtzu extra-parliamentary movement, that was joined by the World Likud, Beitar Movement and representatives of the Kibbutz Movement – all wishing to display a unified front in the demand to have the conditions of security prisoners changed to match those under which Shalit is held.

"We cannot wait for the government to approve making the conditions equal," said Marshak. "It has to be done now. We have to show Hamas that we, the citizens, have the power to stop the visits, as long as no one is allowed to visit Gilad Shalit.

"In principle, prisoner visitation is a humanitarian move that we agree to, but with Gilad Shalit held for 1,000 days now without anyone knowing where he is, we cannot have Palestinian prisoners enjoying visitation, watching television, and reading the newspapers."
While Israelis protest against the terrorists having visitors, Israel Radio reported Monday morning that the terrorists at the Ktziot maximum security prison in southern Israel are still allowed to watch television (just not al-Jazeera, which was apparently being used to pass messages - please don't ask me why no one noticed until now) and that their cell phones have not yet been confiscated because the prison guards 'cannot find them.' I guess fear of victory has spread to the prison system too.


Here's an interview with Likud MK Danny Danon about the conditions for the terrorist prisoners. It's astounding how much better off than Shalit they are.

Let's go to the videotape.


At 2:27 PM, Blogger Ashan said...

Better conditions than Gitmo!

This insanity has been going on for years. Why on earth is this allowed to happen? They're terrorists! They would kill us all in blink of an eye.

At 7:36 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israeli Leftists have made punishment redundant in Israel. I'm in favor of the death penalty for murder - not just for terrorist acts. I believe every innocent life has infinite worth. If it isn't taken seriously, Jews will keep getting slaughtered like animals.

Why should the terrorists be afraid of the Jews? They're not going to be put to death for their vile deeds and they will have the equivalent of a Club Med vacation in an Israeli prison until the next Dhimmi Israeli government decides to release them for hostages abducted by the fellow terrorists.

Terrorism and crime pay big dividends in the Jewish State. That's how Israelis, thanks to the mindless stupidity of their leaders have been educated into putting up with it, like the weather.

People are beginning to wake up and its a good thing - Terrorism can be dealt with if the Israeli public and the political echelon find the will to defeat terrorism instead of accommodating it out of a sense of fear. The only way Israel can win is to apply to the terrorists the same fate the latter mete out to Jews - with no apologies.

At 10:34 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...


There is one case in which Israeli Leftists have not made punishment redundant: Yigal Amir. He recently had his phone privileges (all of them) taken away for six months because he made a phone call they didn't like.

Somehow, they managed to find his cell phone (if he even has one).


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