Wednesday, November 26, 2014

A Law to Deport Terrorists: Is it Really Good for Israel?

ה' לחודש התשעי תשע"ה

Times Of Israel: Bill seeks to deport terrorists, their families
Initiative would also see stone throwers, ‘inciters’ forfeit welfare benefits for life; group pans bill’s ‘serious human rights violations’

Spencer Ho and Haviv Retig Gur, November 26, 2014

Likud Knesset member Yariv Levin presented to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday a draft of temporary legislation that would, among other provisions, allow the state to revoke the citizenship or residency of terrorists and their family members. The bill was drafted at Netanyahu’s request.

According to Levin’s plan, first reported by the daily Yedioth Ahronoth, the state will revoke the citizenship or residency permit of those convicted of terror activities, which it defines to include the hurling of Molotov cocktails, and expel them to Gaza after they’ve served their prison sentence. (cont.)

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
Prime Minister
Binyamin Netanyahu
I am telling you that if this legislation passes, it is only a matter of time, before Israel's Supreme Court strikes it down as "unconstitutional," even though Israel does not have a constitution.

The high court will point out the lack of fairness, in singling out one ethic group. After all, Prime Minister Netanyahu himself had said Israel is the national home of the Jewish people where there are equal rights for every citizen.

The Israeli government will either feign having "no choice" but to alter the language to include ALL citizens regardless of ethnicity or religion, or it will fight with the high court, and eventually lose.

The government will then have the power, that perhaps some MK's have always wanted, to designate Jews as "terrorists," strip them of their citizenship, and expel them from the country.

MK Yariv Levin
I do not doubt MK Yariv Levin's intentions. I just do not know how far he has thought this proposal through.

The legislation is also described as temporary. Well, those of us veteran, Israeli citizens all know what "temporary" means:
Temporary: Temporarily temporary, as in until it is decided to be applied to Jews, at which time, it will be permanent, and as per usual, selectively applied.
I predict that Jews who hold the Torah in higher authority than the Government of of the State of Israel, otherwise known as "extremists," will be be targeted. Already then can be thrown into "Administrative Detention," without trial, just like the Arabs.

See how deMOCKratic Israel is?
Temporary: Ending when it no longer serves the objectives of the powers that be. 
Like a friend of mine just reminded me, Netanyahu always likes to appear super-duper, extra industrial strength, "right-wing" before the Likud Party goes to its primaries. So, even more so, this legislation will not be anything like you might think.

Likud Party Primaries will take place early this January. So, stay tuned!

1 comment:

Shimon Yehouda said...

You are absolutely right1:the Supreme Court strikes it down 2 Prime Minister Netanyahu want to make himself popular with the right wing because the left do not want him has Prime Minister.

You Might Also Like...