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Monday, September 20, 2010

Preparing for 'peace,' 'Palestinian' style

The 'Palestinian' court system is preparing itself for 'peace' with Israel by reiterating the death penalty for any 'Palestinian' who sells land to Jews.
Judge Ta'et At-Twil, according to a report by the Palestinian news agency Ma'an, ruled that selling, or attempting to sell, land to a foreign country was a criminal offense which could result in the death penalty.

In a statement released following the ruling, the Palestine General Prosecution said the move represented "a consolidation of the previous legal principle," adding that the "ruling aimed to protect the Palestinian national project to establish an independent Palestinian state."

Last year, a Palestinian military court sentenced a man to death by hanging for selling land to an Israeli company, with then prosecutor Issa Amer saying that the defendant had sold land that didn't belong to him in the village of Beit Ummar using forged documents.
What could go wrong?

By the way, that report is apparently only in Maan's Arabic version - I haven't seen it in the English one (and yes, I follow Maan English on Twitter).


At 5:15 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

It says a lot when the life of a Jew is worth less than the Arab enemy's property.

What could go wrong indeed


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