In an interview with the BBC, Emmanuel Nahshon also defends Israel's refusal to grant migrants asylum because it would bring in more asylum seekers.15:21 06.02.16 | 0 comments
A state that has been telling is soldiers, policemen, even citizens that Arabs are less than human, perhaps don't exist, could never be a state where its instrument of law, order and justice, the police can kill and get away with it. This has happened time and time again, and even the highest court in the land support such a philosophy. Only when the State of Israel start teaching its citizens that Arabs, yes, Arabs are like Jews in rights and must be treated the same way, could a state rise up to its claim of democracy. We have seen so many ruling and so many actions that violates the rights of Palestinians, simply, because they are NON-Jews. In Israel there are Jews and then there are all of the rest. One law applies to the Jews, one law applies to non-Jews and policemen acts accordingly. Who was it that denied that Palestinians ever existed, or that was grandma Golda. Well, the Arabs came a long way since then, from being no-existance to being third class citizens, the Blacks of the USA before the civil right movement. I wonder how many Arabs equel one Jew!.