Amid rumors of ongoing negotiations between Netanyahu and Herzog on national unity government, Habayit Hayehudi chairman says his party views justice portfolio as key to its agenda.09:39 03.05.16 | 1 comments
"I am pointing out that your ASSUMPTION is wrong i.e. disengagement did not end Israel`s role as the occupying power; it merely represented a change in the METHOD by which Israel chose to exercise its (continued) authority over Gaza." Your initial argument was based on "authority." It's quite obvious that Israel no longer has the authority in the region, but that Hamas does. Now you shift your argument to Israel not officially transferring authority to Hamas? Who do you go to if you want a building permit in Gaza? Israel or Hamas? Who do you go to if you want a marriage license? Israel or Hamas? Who do you go to if a crime is committed? Israel or Hamas? Name ONE Israeli government official, police officer, or soldier in Gaza. They are ALL Palestinian. Hamas is the authority. Not Israel. There is no requirement for "formal transfer of authority," to terminate an occupation, you pitifully stupid fool.