Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Israel's New "Law of Return"

Today's Ha'aretz shows how Israel has found new ways to interpret the 'Law of Return". The "Law of return", of course, is the one of the 1st laws passed by Israel that grants every Jews the right to live and acquire citizenship in Israel. At least, that's what it used to mean...
In rare steps a week before the onset of evacuations, authorities have ordered an Israeli-American Kach activist deported to the United States for 40 days... Attorney General Menachem Mazuz decided to deport Sa'adia Hershkopf - a dual American and Israeli citizen and one of the three Kach activists put into administrative detention by Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz earlier this week - to the United States for 40 days.

So this is what it has come to... Israel seemingly has decided that it has the legal right to "return" those citizens that it doesn't "approve of" to their countries of origin - a new Law of Return. The very thought of a Jewish State handing over a Jew, for whatever reason to a foreign entity is a disgrace, and is par for the course for a government that has shown that it has no concept of Jewish pride or shame, and which proudly marches forward in its quest to destroy Jewish communities and expel thousands of Jews from their homes, livelihood and property in the Land of Israel.

G-d have mercy...


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