Liberman: Arab MKs represent terrorists

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June 27, 2012 18:41

 
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Arab MKs represent terrorists and foreign countries Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said during a visit to the illegal Beduin village of al-Zarnug on Wednesday, which descended into name-calling when MK Taleb a-Sanaa (UAL-Ta’al) crashed his press conference.

Liberman spoke to the media on a hill overlooking Al-Zarnug about illegal construction in the Negev, when a-Sanaa, the only Beduin member of the 18th Knesset, interrupted, calling him a Mafioso.

The Foreign Minister lamented the government’s failure, in allowing “Beduin takeover” in the Negev while demolishing settlement homes.

“It cannot be that, because of a few houses in Migron the whole country is in an uproar, but here in the Negev, no one has any doubt that there are tens of thousands of illegal structures and nothing is done,” Liberman stated.

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