Laughable charges against Zuabi - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 26.04.11 | 21:58 (IDT)

    As is stated in the article, MK Zuabi DID HAVE the right before the Marmara affair to visit foreign unfriendly countries. She went and visited the Marmara, a Turkish ship of a country friendly to Israel. Of course, the passengers were not friendly, but not terrorist either. So what was her crime? No crime was involved. Yes, she claimed that IDF soldiers shot to kill, as the Turkish state is claiming based on their own witnesses. Suppose this claim is untrue and Zuabi lied. The way to deal with that would have been to invite her to testify before the Turkel Commission, state falsehoods under oath, and then be subject to a legal indictment, etc. But she was not even invited to testify! I am afraid the anti-democratic forces in the Knesset are too powerful nowadays. Perhaps when the Messiah they are waiting for comes, he will teach them about democracy.

    from the article: High Court: Knesset must explain why Arab MK Zuabi stripped of rights
    First published 21:46 26.04.11 | Last updated 21:46 26.04.11
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