Skip to comments.Watch: 'Traitor' MK Zoabi Gets Kicked Out of a Restaurant
Posted on 06/24/2014 3:14:28 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Knesset Chairman MK Yuli Edelstein (Likud) may have said Monday that he can't dismiss Arab MK Hanin Zoabi (Balad) from the Knesset for her shocking comments justifying the abduction of three Israeli teenagers - but one plucky restaurant owner decided to dismiss her from his establishment.
In a video filmed on a cell phone, the Arab MK can be seen being kicked out by the owner, who called her "traitor" several times in the course of the interchange.
At the start of the video, the owner can be heard asking Zoabi sarcastically if they don't have his restaurant in Gaza, to which she responds by saying "no, they're bombing in Gaza."
The owner then tells her he's kicking her out, calling her "you little traitor. I can do it (remove you), it's my democratic right."
After Zoabi shouts back, the owner continues "that's what it is, if you talk like that definitely that's what you'll get. You don't deserve equality." After a momentary silence, the owner again calls her "traitor."
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Well she is still breathing...
Traitors and enemy agents should not be seated in the parliament, they should simply be shot.
That’s what Hamas would do to any open Jew in the “Palestinian unity government”.
The “Palestinian authority” BS outfit needs to be eliminated. Too. We can’t see any reason for anyone to keep screwing around with such a ridiculous phony bunch of thugs crooks and murderers. The whole world will be a lot better off when it stops playing the fool to islamoNazi terrorists and mass - murderers.
Just thrown out of a restaurant? Only if the local lynch mob was on strike.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
God bless him. He’s a brave man.
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