But while singing the praises of Israeli security coordination with the Palestinian Authority, Yoram Cohen tells the cabinet that Israeli operations are still responsible for thwarting the majority of attacks.18:03 04.05.16 | 0 comments
Glick points out that the original order (a) defining an "infiltrator" and (b) defining what the IDF can do with him is 42 years old. However, Glick fails to mention is that there are now TWO new military orders at work, not ONE. Order #1650 redefines "infiltrator" to mean anyone to whom the IDF refuses a permit. Order #1649 takes the right-of-appeal out of the civil courts and places it within the IDF military courts. Glick fixates entirely on the latter, and by doing so she leaves the (deliberately) false impression that the only thing that has changed is the appeals process. She is telling an untruth. The two orders TOGETHER mean that the IDF can deport anyone it wants from the West Bank, and the only recourse against that deportation is an appeal to.... the IDF.