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Tibi: Israeli Bill to Prevent Reunion of Palestinian Families Is Mark of Shame


Tue 06 Jul 2021 | 11:38 AM
Ahmed Moamar

Dr. Ahmed Tibi, an Arab  Knesset Member of the United Arab List, has touted an Israeli motion, presented by the government,  to prevent the reunion of the Palestinian families behind the Green Line, as a mark of shame in all law books.

He added that the bill is racist and inhumane and called to kill that bill at once, considering that any Arab KM votes in favor of that bill as those who stab the Palestinians in their backs.

Over the plenary sitting of The Knesset (the legislative body of Israel) held yesterday, Dr. Tibi addressed Ayelet Shaked, Israel's Interior Minister, saying that the minister during her speech to respond to a motion of no-confidence against the government, spoke in rude, arrogant and racist manners.

He criticized her as saying: "You are sitting in a government coalition with those you described as idiots, just because they are Palestinians and Arabs like me."

He noted that the Arab members mistook as they  joined  the Change Government for the "worst." He reminded Shaked that she holds the position of Minister of Interior thanks to Arab votes of the United Arab List (UAL).

He demanded the minister to remember that the Arab members in the Knesset did her a favor.

Despite that, she signed orders to disperse the Palestinians and cause them harm, in reference to her signing a law banning the unification of Palestinian families, and her insistence on preventing them even if the law fell.

He continued to say therefore, the minister must be more modest, and not speak with such arrogance, especially since every day it contacts members of the United Arab List and begs them to pass laws."

He recalled the suffering of the Palestinian families who demonstrated on Monday, within the 48 occupied territories, to reject the law that would prevent them from meeting their families.

He expressed concern at seeing the Palestinian children in tears because of their daily suffering, reiterating his complete refusal to negotiate the possibility of accepting the decision.