The terror of liberalism wishes to uproot the country's Jewish identity, MK Avraham Ravitz said Monday during a Knesset deliberation of the hametz law and the recent decision by a Jerusalem court judge to allow eateries to sell leavened products during Pessah. "The law does not forbid selling or eating hametz, but rather displaying it in public," Ravitz said. "The surplus liberalism of the judge prompted her to a patantly unintelligent interpretation of the law." "I protest the liberal terrorism that wishes to uproot any Jewish characteristic from the State of Israel, which prides itself in being Jewish and democratic," he added. "I call upon the government to rectify the judge's wrong and safeguard the Jewish symbols of the state."