Tuesday, December 13, 2005


Terrorism? What's that?

Israel's hear no terrorism, see no terrorism and don't call it terrorism government has decided to "ease restrictions" on the nebich terrorists.

December 12th, 2005

Easing of restrictions for the Palestinian population in Judea and Samaria and the Gaza Strip
Following decisions made by the political echelon and in continuation with the IDF's policy of easing restrictions on the Palestinian population, the following steps have been in effect since this morning, December 12th, 2005 in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip after the general closure that had been placed on these areas following the suicide bombing attack in the city of Netanya on December 5th, 2005.
Judea and Samaria:
Authorization for 16,000 Palestinian workers to enter and work in Israel.
Authorization for 12,500 merchants to enter and work in Israel.
Authorization for 1,000 workers to enter and work in the "Atarot" industrial zone.
Authorization for 500 workers to enter and work in East Jerusalem.

Gaza Strip:
Authorization for 7,000 workers to enter and work in Israel.
Authorization for 2,000 merchants to enter and work in Israel.
Authorization for 500 additional workers to enter Israel and work in factories that were relocated into Israel following the implementation of the Disengagement Plan.
The "Karni" goods crossing and "Suffa" security crossing will continue to function at full capacity, as they have throughout the closure.

Yes, since low level attacks causing light injuries are "perfectly acceptable" to Arik Sharon and his followers. It is clear that the safety of Israeli citizens is not a priority for the Sharon Government.

This is even more amazing, since we're in the "midst" of an election campaign, which should be a time to show more sensitivity to the security of our citizens. But in post-Zionist, post-Disengagement Israel it is clear that the government doesn't even pretend to protect us.

We must campaign harder for a political party that considers the needs of the country, the needs of its citizens as more important than anything else.

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