Israel bans 'dangerous' settler from northern West Bank home
Elisha Ben Kimon
Published: 11.09.19, 18:07
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1. Shadow Boxing
Lorraine   (09.11.19)
What happens *after* the three month embargo on this person from entering the northern West Bank is over? Is anyone expecting that he will metamorphose into something less dangerous during those three months? No--this measure is like shadow boxing. The source of the problem has to be addressed: the license given generally to violent or Messianic settlers to set agendas for the whole state and to rob Israeli taxpayers of funding desperately needed elsewhere (funding which is never accounted for as the government keeps these matters secret from the citizenry).
2. Why is he not in jail?
3. he needs to get a haircut. That's all.
ex Oleh Chadash   (09.11.19)
With a long hair like this, he looks like a marijuana smoker, or stoner. Not good for your CV.
4. Double standards for terrorists if they are not Jews
Mark Jeffery Koch ,   Mount Laurel, NJ USA   (09.11.19)
If he was a Palestinian who threatened settlers and soldiers and policemen would his punishment be not being allowed to enter a certain area for three months? Terror is terror, irregardless of religion or nationality and all terrorists and threats to peace and security must be dealt with on an equal basis.
5. Please to jail this POS! Thank you.
6. Why isn't the scumbag locked up?
Talula ,   Tel Aviv   (09.12.19)
And that's what is wrong with this ridiculous country of ours - an Arab would have been treated completely different - HE would have been banged up - this thug is allowed to roam free - disgusting.
7. No evidence? Thought crimes now in Israel? Scary u cld b nxt
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