MK Katz: Tel Aviv attack is preview of Schalit deal results

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May 15, 2011 12:14

 
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National Union Chairman MK Ya'acov Katz said that "Ramle, Haifa, Safed, Tiberias and the settlement of central Tel Aviv are targets for the Arab national aspirations."

"The naivete of the radical leftist policy-makers, the PR representatives of the Schalit family and the post-Zionist operatives who control the media explain sticking their head in the ground like an ostrich with educated explanations about the green line and '67 borders," Katz said.

"The attack and the murder in Tel Aviv is a small preview of what will be caused, God forbid, by the wholesale release of prisoners," in exchange for Schalit, he added.

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