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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Israeli government to release more terrorists

The government of Israel has decided to release 26 more terrorist murderers since the 'Palestinians' have done such a good job of keeping promises....
"The list of the Palestinian prisoners will be published tonight on the Prison Service's website, after the bereaved families will be notified," Netanyahu's spokesman said.
Earlier Sunday, a bill sponsored by the Bayit Yehudi Party to ban future Palestinian prisoners release failed to pass the Legislative Ministerial Committee by an eight-to-five vote, as a separate panel prepares this evening to approve such a release.
"It was made clear once again today that this government, as opposed to one of its member parties, is acting out of the nation's interest and not that of cynical partisan interests or according to the instructions of [settler] rabbis," Justice Minister Tzipi Livni (HaTenua) said.
"This government is advancing a diplomatic process, that is in Israel's national and security interests. The responsibility to act in accordance with these interests as well as the shared responsibility for decisions that were taken [by the government], is incumbent on every member of the government, even those who in retrospect are trying to shirk from them," Livni said.
Housing and Construction Minister Uri Ariel (Bayit Yehudi) said, "It was shameful that ministers opposed the legislation. In the Bayit Yehudi, we oppose and will continue to oppose the release of prisoners."
He attacked the justice minister who is in charge of Israel's negotiations with the Palestinians and said, "Today Livni was given additional rope to continue playing at imaginary negotiations with the Palestinians."
The Bayit Yehudi Party plans to appeal the vote. 
Likud, Yesh Atitd and HaTenua ministers opposed the legislation and supported further prisoner releases included: Yuval Steintiz, Gideon Sa'ar, Limor Livnat, Gilad Erdan, Yair Lapid, Yael German, Yaakov Peri, Tzipi Livni.
Those who supported the legislation to ban Palestinian prisoner releases included ministers from the Bayit Yehudi and Yisrael Beitineu parties such as: Uri Orbach, Uri Ariel, Yitzhak Aharonovitch, Sofa Landver and Yair Shamir.
The legislation was proposed by MK Orit Struck (Bayit Yehudi) and Coalition Chairman MK Yariv Levine (Likud) on behalf of the Land for Israel lobby in the Knesset.
Two comments: If Bayit Yehudi were serious about opposing the terrorist release they would threaten to leave and leave the government over it. And remember how Steinitz, Sa'ar, Livnat and Erdan voted the next time they're described as belonging to the Right.

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At 10:31 PM, Blogger Empress Trudy said...

They should be released a bit at a time; an arm here a torso there a head over there and so on.


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