its not a proposal its just a dramatic speech its only the illegals who will be put into a camp - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 03.06.12 | 15:27 (IDT)

    This really is bring taken out of all proportion if anybody seriously thinks this woman wanted the government to round up human rights activists and send them to camps. It was a dramatic speech to make a point and that was the activists are more concerned about the illegals than the will of the Israeli public. The public want them deported the activists want to give them all work permits and a formal right to stay. This is not inline with the thinking of the majority and she was criticizing them for their priorities being the people who are here illegally rather than Israeli citizens. Just an overly dramatic speech from a politician and can anybody name a politician anywhere in the world that doesn't make overly dramatic speeches sometime? The only people who will be sent to camps are the illegals who when its finished will be sent to a detention center in the Negev where they await deportation, best for the Israeli citizens who don't want them on the streets and best for the illegals themselves because whilst they are not free to go where they want when they want they get comfortable accommodation rather than park benches, they get 3 meals a day, access to medical treatment etc ... sacrificing the freedoms of homelessness or living 10 people to a small grotty apartment for comfort until they can be deported. So no human right activists are going to be locked up but the illegals will be locked up in comfort and then deported.

    from the article: Who would this Israeli lawmaker round up and send to 'the camps?' It could be you
    First published 15:47 31.05.12 | Last updated 15:47 31.05.12
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