Bennett: Release Arab Israeli Terrorists and We’re Out

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naftali-bennettBayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett announced this evening that his party will leave the coalition if Israel agrees to release Israeli-Arab terrorists as part of a framework agreement to extend peace talks with the Palestinian Authority (PA).

“Israel has been facing a new situation in recent days with the Palestinian appeal to the UN which flagrantly violated all the agreements with them since the Oslo Accords until today,” said Bennett, according to Arutz 7. “The emerging deal, if it includes the release of murderers with Israeli citizenship, harms Israeli sovereignty, and not only that – it is done being when the Palestinians have not cancelled their requests to join international organizations,” he added.

“Therefore, if a proposal for release of Israeli murderers comes before the Cabinet, the Jewish Home will oppose it,” Bennett declared. “If the proposal will pass – the Jewish Home will resign from the government, which frees murderers with Israeli citizenship. Enough is enough.

“On this evening of Pesach, it is important to remember that we went from slavery to freedom so we that we can have an Israeli legal system which will protect the citizens of Israel – not a system that is being blackmailed by a gang of terrorists and which releases murderers,” said Bennett. “This is an act of extortion and surrender to terrorism which we cannot accept.

“I wish the citizens of Israel a Happy Pesach, and I hope that our brother Jonathan Pollard will be released soon, but not in the immoral way that is this currently being suggested,” he concluded.

{Matzav.com Israel}

5 COMMENTS

  1. This is clearly a bad day for human development. To release anyone who is guilty of murder is a statement that needs of a lost value limits the freedom of human placement.

    My heart goes out to Mr. Naftali on this matter. We can not release those who have been detrimental to our solvency as human faith.

    This is a clear call against human suffering that must be met.

    No Prisoners for Chiseled Hope.

    Never Again.

  2. “On this evening of Pesach, it is important to remember that we went from slavery to freedom so we that we can have an Israeli legal system which will protect the citizens of Israel”

    For an allegedly observant man, Mr. Bennett has no clue about the meaning of Pesach.

  3. ” a statement that needs of a lost value limits the freedom of human placement”

    “No Prisoners for Chiseled Hope”

    What do these blatherings even mean???

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