Because she was on the boats, does not mean she supports terror. And even if she does, what does that mean in a legal sense? Can you be charged under Israeli law with saying you think terrorism is a good idea? My understanding is that it was illegal for her to be on the boat, then she should be charged under the law. The fact that she is Palestinian-Israeli is irrelevant. She must follow the law like any other citizen. If she doesn't like the law, her job is to help change it. We need to take the emotion of "traitor" and "oppressed minority" out of this. It will get us no where.
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