Liberman calls to 'outlaw' Israeli Arab extremists after protests against Herzog, Livni

February 28, 2015 18:59


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In the wake of protests against Zionist Union party leaders Isaac Herzog and Tzipi Livni in Wadi Ara on Saturday, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said such events demonstrate that "some Israeli Arabs are not just enemies of the Zionist Union, but enemies of Zionism in general."

Liberman pointed to an Egyptian court's official listing of Hamas as a terrorist group earlier Saturday, calling for Israel to follow suit and "outlaw" extremists from the Israeli Arab population by revoking their citizenship and exiling them.

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