Saturday, January 10, 2015

Israeli PM: "France has right to exist - but response is disproportionate"*

In the light of the tit-for-tat war between Muslim freedom fighters and French police - which has claimed the lives of 3 Muslims in the last few days - The Prime Minister of Israel reaffirmed his strong commitment to the French State by asserting "I believe that France has a right to exist".  He warned, however, that Israeli support for France's right to exist was no longer guaranteed if the French continued with their disproportionate response against Muslims. PM Benjamin Netanyahu said:
We cannot sit idly by and witness the French launch these horrific bombings and shootings against outnumbered Muslim fighters as we witnessed in Paris and Northern France yesterday. The brutal killing of 3 Muslims in these attacks is inflaming Muslim feelings around the world, especially as only one French police officer was killed. In Israel 300,000 of our peaceful Muslims citizens marched through Jerusalem today to protest the French actions and we have to consider their feelings. The French government has to understand that there is no military solution to this conflict. They should immediately abide by the UN resolution we proposed last week to evacuate all non-Muslim French from occupied Paris, handing it over to the elected representatives of the moderate wing of ISIS. After all, the Government of Israel officially removed ISIS from the list of designated terrorist organisations last month,  so the French no longer have any legal basis for not negotiating their evacuation from Paris.
Also Israel approved the ISIS proposal for membership of the International Criminal Court and, if the French do not withdraw from Paris, Israel will not stand in the way of ISIS prosecuting the French Government. Israel will also reconsider its decision not to impose sanctions against the French if the French Government fails to release all convicted Muslim criminals from their jails as an immediate gesture for peace (as agreed in the recent joint Israel-US-ISIS memorandum).
See also: No Justice No Peace

*satire (but no more so than the ACTUAL stance taken by each EU country against Israel following every terrorist attack committed against Israel)


Mike L. said...

I wrote something rather similar for the Elder of Ziyon blog entitled, "No Justice, No Peace".

French hypocrisy is jaw-dropping.

Confronting antisemitism and Israel hatred said...


I have added a link to your article. Thanks