MK Schneller: Arab MKs connected to Palestinians, not Israel

May 6, 2010 16:37


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MK Otniel Schneller (Kadima) attacked MK Talab a-Sanaa of UAL-Ta'al on Thursday, after the Israeli Arab lawmaker submitted a bill requiring Israel to sign the UN's Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

"I recommend to MK Talab a-Sanaa and his friends to become lobbyists for Libya, Iran and Syria, and work for the UN inspecting the nuclear plants in the countries they represent!" Schneller said.

"The Arab politicians continue in their path towards disengageing from Israeli society and attaching themselves to Palestinian society," he continued.

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