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Monday, August 23, 2010

Roadblock ahead!

Those of you in Israel who may need to travel on Friday should keep your radios on to avoid traffic problems. On Friday, there may be some roadblocks up.
On Friday, activists for kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit plan to block intersections throughout the country to mark Shalit’s birthday.

The activists plan to block the roads for 15 minutes and 24 seconds to mark the 1,524 days Gilad has been held captive.
Back in 1990's, two Israelis named Moshe Feiglin and Shmuel Sackett were put on trial for sedition for leading groups of Israelis to block roads in protest of the Oslo disaster. In the summer of 2005, dozens of Israelis were beaten for blocking roads in protest of the Gaza expulsion.

But don't worry, none of that will happen to the Friday road blockers or their organizers. Contrary to what the media is telling you, most of the Shalit 'activists' (who advocate a deal 'at any price') are members of Israel's favored left, and therefore nothing will happen to them.

Yes, Israel has double standards too.


At 4:45 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israel has two justice systems: one for the Left and one for every one else.

And we haven't seen justice system move to swiftly punishing the Left's darling traitorette Anat Kam yet. And no - don't look for any thing to happen either to the Shalit activists.

If you're against the revanant freeze or against talks with Abu Bluff and are blocking the roads, expect to get charged and go to prison.

Even in the Jewish State, some Jews are a lot more equal than others.


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