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Monday, June 21, 2010

And she'd do it again

A Haaretz reporter is under investigation for smuggling three 'Palestinian' women across the green line, and vowing in a column published last month that she would do it again. This is from the first link above.
The police have begun a criminal investigation against Ilana Hammerman, a reporter for Haaretz who knowingly took three PA young women across the Green Line – and wrote that she will do it again.

Hammerman wrote a story for Haaretz this past May 13 in which she describes how she smuggled the three through an IDF checkpoint, the purpose of which is to ensure that only those with valid entry permits cross through. Countless terrorist attacks have been prevented by alert soldiers manning the crossings.

It was the Land of Israel Legal Forum that originally alerted the Attorney General’s office to the apparent crime. Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein informed the Forum that he had asked the police to investigate.

The Forum’s letter stated that Hammerman violated a long-standing law that states: “Whoever gave lodging, for pay or otherwise, to a foreign resident who entered Israel or is in Israel illegally, or helped, for pay or otherwise, a foreign resident to obtain lodging, is liable to two years in prison or a fine… One who takes in a car a foreign resident who is in Israel illegally, is liable to two years in prison or a fine.” The law in question is the Law of Entry to Israel, clauses 12a and 12c.
I wonder whether this woman would be willing to bring across suicide bombers and whether she would care if they murdered Jews.

Soon, the 'Palestinians' won't need to send suicide bombers. They can send Haaretz reporters - who are so sympathetic to their cause anyway - instead.

What could go wrong?


At 11:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Waiting for he arrest.



At 11:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

you know...if i were to post that law on most american websites, 80 percent would wonder why we dont have that law here?

we americans have very short memories...it is why we are doomed to repeat history over and over again

i thought israelis were smarter

i can see believing a law is wrong and should be modified...and as a member of the press writing columns condemning the law and urging others to have it changed

but openly breaking the law? and a law created for security purposes?

At 3:00 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Its in contrast to the speed which with the police opened up a file on religious MKs who dared criticize the leftist Supreme Court's Stalinist edicts. As I have often observed, there have long been two systems of justice in Israel: one for Haaretz reporters, one for every one else. Don't expect Ilana Hammerman to go to jail like those haredi fathers because she's part of the leftist elite that runs Israel, that like the old Soviet vlasti, is above the law. I'll be surprised if any thing happens to her.

What could go wrong indeed


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