It wouldn't be a legal problem if we declared the Pals as enemies - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Nili
    • 26.09.06 | 11:39 (IDT)

    The Pals voted for Hamas with a 70% plurality. The Hamas manifesto calls for the destruction of Israel. "Legally" Hamas is defined as a terrorist organization, as opposed to the Arafat/Mazen peace loving PLO who just happens to bankroll the terrorist attacks and whose "rogue" Al Aqsa Brigade launch terrorist attacks. From Judea and Samaria their favorite tactic is to murder and maim civilians using suicide bombers. From Gaza they regularly fire rockets into the Southern Israel's civilian populations. So "legally" it would make imminent sense to declare the PA and all their voters as an enemy. And "legally" once we declared our de-facto enemies as de-jure enemies, then we would have no problem banning them from road 443.

    from the article: The law as roadkill on Highway 443
    First published 00:00 26.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 26.09.06
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