Tuesday, June 05, 2007

MK Eldad: Up yours, Ehud. Time to resettle Gaza!

One of MZ's favorite MK's, Dr. Aryeh Eldad, is proposing to have Olmert's evil ban lifted and allow Gaza to once again be resettled by the Jews. MZ did a special interview with Dr. Eldad back in March, and would like to give yet another round of applause to him for his courage in the face of rampant, self-loathing liberalism.

(IsraelNN.com) National Union MK proposes legislation to revoke the Disengagement Law and enable the government to renew Jewish settlement in northern Shomron.

In submitting his proposed legislation to the Knesset this week, MK Eldad explained, "Ever since the end of the expulsion, on Sept. 22, 2005, the events have proven that the entire plan, directed by then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, was a total failure. Israel's international standing has deteriorated, and Palestinian terrorism against Israeli citizens has intensified."

"Non-stop Kassam rockets and the kidnapping of the soldier Gilad Shalit are just some of the results of the sense of victory [in the Palestinian Authority]," Eldad said, "in the wake of Israel's flight from Gaza. Thousands of Israeli citizens who were sent to settle these areas by Israeli governments found themselves uprooted in their own country, with no permanent home, source of sustenance, or clear future."

Eldad said that the clauses of the law that forbid entry into Gush Katif and northern Shomron, and that stipulate punishments for these acts, should be abolished: "They were designed only to prevent the Disengagement from being carried out, and to protect the safety of those who might enter these areas - but these considerations are no longer relevant. In Gaza, the Disengagement has already been carried out, and in northern Shomron, the area remains under Israeli control."
...In light of the increasing realization that the Disengagement was an error...

In conclusion, Eldad explains, "In light of the political developments that have taken place of late, and in light of the change in the public perception, which is now that the expulsion/withdrawal was a grave historic error, it is appropriate that the Knesset approve this bill as a first remedial step, leading to the resettlement of Jews in northern Shomron."

He will of course be rejected overwhelmingly by the Hellenizers, but you just gotta love his moxie.



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