Israeli leaders say Palestinian prisoners just need bread, water – and a bullet to the head

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SOTT – Sometimes you just can’t believe it. These words don’t come from the rabble in the streets of Tel-Aviv or Jerusalem. They come straight from the mouths of Israel’s leaders in a Knesset committee meeting.

Last month, the Israeli Knesset’s Internal Affairs Committee discussed the matter of the suspended Palestinian prisoner hunger strike, and whether there indeed was a negotiation between the Israeli Prison Services (IPS) and the prisoners. The Palestinians were claiming there was a successful negotiation, whilst Israeli officials were claiming nothing happened.

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  1. #1 by stlonginus on 06/14/2017 - 9:34

    Linking to Jonathan Ofir’s article at Mondoweiss may not be an optimal choice. In my experience, Mondoweiss has a rather telling aversion to comments regarding Judeo-freemasonry and is therefore not the bastion of anti-Judaic truth-telling it purports to be.

    However, I did come across this video by Mr. Ofir:

    As for Mr. Oren Hazan, these are interesting articles about his time in the Knesset.

    An excerpt from the article:
    “The Knesset will be rid of Hazan only if the Likud avoids placing him on its list for the 21st Knesset. Which leads one to the question: how did a maverick like Hazan get into the Likud list to the 20th Knesset in the first place? Hazan managed to be selected (by close to 6,000 votes) to the 30th slot, reserved for a representative of the younger generation, on the Likud list because Netanyahu wanted to make sure that another candidate for this slot, identified with former MK Moshe Feiglin, would be left out.”

    “The fact that Hazan has a problematic personality was well known, as was the fact that he had previously run a casino in Bulgaria, but an alternative candidate was not found in time, and no one in the Likud imagined that it would receive 30 seats.”

    And this article:

    And here’s a video of the selfie wherein Bibi tries push Hazan away in order to stop him from taking the selfie.:

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