Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Speaker Itzik: Amir's Family Has No Place in Israel


Damned right I don’t have the same G-d as Dalia Itzik. I have the G-d of Israel to pray to, and she has the memory of Rabin to pray to. My G-d says Israel is an inheritance, a Holy Land. Her god says, “Give Israel away to terrorists for a fake promise of peace.”

Israel is more important than the Knesset, more important than Kadima, more important than the United States, the UN, and the rest of the world combined. Those who want to free Amir understand that he believed he was saving Israel from the destruction of Rabin’s “peace” initiatives—initiatives that would give away our Holy sites, our Holy cities, our Holy land to the terrorists in exchange for the fake promises of Arafat. He was not trying to be a thug, he was trying to be Pinchas.


( Yigal Amir's family "has no part or inheritance with the people of Israel," Knesset Speaker Dalia Itzik (Kadima) told the Knesset Wednesday night in a special session in memory of Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin." Your G-d is not ours," she charged in a bitterly sharp speech.

She also called on the media to stop giving publicity to efforts to work for the release of Amir, who is serving a life prison term for killing Rabin 12 years ago. She argued that disseminating news of the campaign has nothing to do with the freedom of expression or democracy.

"Drop Amir into the trashcan of history," the Speaker declared. "The media's chasing after him and his family only helps the flow of oxygen to crime."

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