Barakei: At least MK Hasson isn't offering the Arabs crematoriums

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 7, 2008 13:56

 
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Hadash Chairman Muhammad Barakei on Wednesday harshly condemned Israel Beiteinu MK Yisrael Hasson's intention to attend a cookout event at Tzipori scheduled to coincide with the nearby "Nakba" procession during which Arab Israeli will mark the tragedy that they claim befell them with the establishment of the Jewish State. "I don't know why he offers Palestinians who were killed a cookout. At least he isn't offering them crematoriums," Barakei said in an overt reference to the Holocaust. "On the very day that Arab citizens mark what befell them, Hasson and his ilk should shut their mouths and respect the feelings of the Arab citizens."

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