Shame on Benny Gantz for even speaking to these Jew-haters. The Arab Bloc in Israel support jihad terror and refuse to recognize Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state. Benny Gantz needs to appease the anti-Semitic Arab Bloc to have any chance of forming a government. #Traitor. Pray for Israel.
With no respect for Israeli rule of law, Gantz promises to repeal law that makes it possible to demolish Arab illegal building for Arab recommendation that he form a government. At some point we Jews have to realize what the Left (a la a Gantz) is, whether in US or in Israel. Israeli Arab party, Joint List, is filled with terror and BDS supporting members:
In exchange for recommending Gantz for PM, Blue and White promises Arab Joint List to repeal Kaminitz Law. “”The repeal of Amendment 116, which has just begun being implemented, will almost completely neutralize the state of Israel’s ability to truly enforce planning and construction laws,” Deutsch added. “The repeal of the amendment will back construction offenders, uproot the ability of the authorities to act effectively against such delinquency, make it difficult to plan ahead and properly utilize the state reserves of the state of Israel and, worst of all, irreparably harm the respect of Israeli citizens for the rule of the law.” (read the rest)
Joint List of Arab parties seen leaning toward recommending Gantz for PM
10 of 13 MKs said in favor after hours of talks; Arab parties have not endorsed a mainstream leader since Rabin in 1992; Odeh: ‘Without our backing, Netanyahu cannot be defeated’
By Times of Israel, September 22, 2019:
The Joint List, a primarily Arab Israeli political alliance, met Saturday in an attempt to decide whether to back Blue and White leader MK Benny Gantz as prime minister, but failed to reach a decision.
Signs were, however, that it was leaning toward recommending Gantz, a decision that could be significant in determining whether President Reuven Rivlin charges Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu or challenger Gantz with the task of seeking to build a majority government after Tuesday’s inconclusive elections. If the Joint List recommends Gantz, the Blue and White leader would have the support of at least 57 members of Knesset. At present, Likud’s Netanyahu has the backing of 55. Yisrael Beytenu, with eight seats, holds the balance of power between the blocs and has also yet to announce who, if anyone, it will recommend to Rivlin.
Channel 12 news reported Saturday night that 10 of the Joint List’s 13 newly elected Knesset members support endorsing Gantz, led by party chief Ayman Odeh.
WATCH this speech from the pro-jihad anti-Semite Ayman Odeh. Odeh is head of the Arab Bloc in Israel. “Our Palestinian identity takes precedence over our Israeli citizenship. We have a national interest seeing the refugees return” says Odeh. This is who Benny Gantz is appeasing, since Gantz needs Odeh to form the next Israeli government.
Israeli MK Ayman Odeh at Fateh Conference: Next Conference in East Jerusalem; Crowd Chants: "Millions of Martyrs Marching to Jerusalem" pic.twitter.com/7cpFSmjcal
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