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Israeli “Arab Affairs Expert” Berko: There are no Palestinians!

Israeli racist member of the Knesset for Likud, Doctor Anat Berko, claimed in a speech on Wednesday 10/2/2016 that, as the letter “P” doesn’t exist in Arabic, there is a question mark over the whole existence of the Palestinians. 98 more words

Apartheid Israel

Knesset’s Tzipi Livni: Treat international media as ‘hostile arena’

TEL AVIV (JTA) —  The chair of a Knesset subcommittee said “We must treat the international media arena as a hostile arena” in the wake of a controversial headline on the killing of an Israeli policewoman. 273 more words

Daily News

Knesset Ethics Committee suspends Balad MKs Zoabi, Ghattas and Zahalka for meeting with terrorists' families [PMW VIDEO]

Israeli Arab MKs temporarily suspended from Knesset
by Gideon Allon and Staff
February 9, 2016

The Knesset Ethics Committee temporarily suspended Israeli Arab MKs Hanin Zoabi, Basel Ghattas and Jamal Zahalka from parliament Monday, after determining a meeting they held last week with terrorists’ families constituted conduct unbecoming.  93 more words

Israel & Middle East

Knesset suspends three Arab lawmakers

Knesset suspends three Arab lawmakers

PNN/ Jerusalem/

Reuters said that three Arab lawmakers were suspended on Monday from speaking in parliament as punishment for supporting families of Palestinian assailants killed by Israeli forces after “attacks.” 120 more words


Israeli Knesset to vote on divisive NGO bill

The Israeli Knesset has prepared to advance a controversial bill targeting non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that receive funding from foreign governments, amid accusations of a crackdown on human rights groups critical of Israeli policy. 72 more words

Israel: Netanyahu Wants Knesset Law "to suspend a member over inappropriate conduct" after Arab MPs met relatives of Palestinians killed while attacking Israelis


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opens the weekly cabinet meeting at his Jerusalem office on February 7, 2016. AFP

JERUSALEM (AFP) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he would advance legislation enabling the suspension of parliamentarians for “inappropriate conduct” after Arab MPs met relatives of Palestinians killed while attacking Israelis.”In a meeting with heads of the coalition parties, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed on formulating a bill that would enable the Knesset (parliament) to suspend a member over inappropriate conduct,” a statement read. 343 more words