Skip to comments.Israeli Islamist Leader: Gaza Will Rub Israel's Nose in the Mud
Posted on 07/23/2014 11:03:29 PM PDT by LeoWindhorse
Kamal Al-Khatib, deputy head of the radical Islamic Movement in Israel headed by Raed Salah, said in a recent speech that Gaza will rub Israel's nose in the mud.
The comments were made in a speech in Kafr Kanna, an Arab town located in the Galilee.
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It’s one of those things that goes with being a modern state in the Judeo-Christian West, as opposed to some place like Saudi Arabia, or Iran, or Pakistan, or Syria and so on.
I could take some mud in the face if at the end of the fight I kicked my opponents ass, and that is just what is happening.
A little soap and water an I would be all cleaned up ready to go dancing
I disagree , this is war , he is treasonous . The world has to stop being so tolerant of the intolerable . At the very least ; into jail for verbally aiding and abetting the mortal enemy of the state . Or better yet a late night aerial insertion into Gaza out of the back of a C-130 ...
Here in the USA we have the Bill of Rights, which includes our Freedom of Speech and we have many here who would never give up on that and would fight for that - as our own soldiers point out that they do - in that they fight for things like that - the Bill of Rights.
And even though Israel doesn’t have those Bill of Rights that we do they do have that same principle of Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Religion, so why would we expect Israel to give up on that, when we would never do so here in this country.
The IDF just arrested 150 Gazans. I hope that they get them singing Intel on where to find Ham@ss leaders.
This is a sign that the IDF army is in the towns now and not getting beat. IDF is locating tunnels and the rats within.
Soon the tunnels will be destroyed.
It is said that resistance was lighter.
at times of war Sedition Laws are effective and necessary .
That’s correct. Treason is still defined as giving aid and comfort to the enemy.
America has become weak at home because it has become accepted to tolerate the intolerable . How much is our heritage worth ? Wimps or warriors? it’s our choice . No quarter to traitors . Here or in Israel .
One might consider them to be useful, but they won’t pass muster with the US Supreme Court, and I would say that’s a good thing. I want to be able to fully criticize the government any time and any way I want in my speech and not have the government interfering with that.
If I think a war is unjust, then I want to be able to scream about it. And Obama has given me occasion to scream about such things ... :-) ...
The Bill of Rights does not include freedom to commit treasonthat is a whole different matter covered in Article III Section 3, before the Bill of Rights was even appended to the Constitution. Said section includes “adhering to (the USA’s) enemies, giving them aid and comfort” as part of the definition of treason.
Meanwhile, John Adams’ insistence that the US Constitution “was made only for a moral and religious people” becomes more profoundly evident, especially in light of the left’s constant attacks on it.
Was going after the rodeo clown in an Obama mask a de-facto stepping stone towards sedition laws?
I’m not talking about carrying out operations which are treasonous, but speech which is fully protected under the US Constitution.
Speech becomes treason when it transcends mere words, ceasing to be communication alone, and satisfies the four requisites demanded by the Supreme Court: (1) an overt act, (2) testified to by two witnesses, (3) manifesting an intent to betray the United States (which can be inferred from the overt act itself), and (4) providing aid and comfort to the enemy.
Freedom of speech is fully protected in this area, while actions of treasonous are not.
Was that a court case ... :-) ...
Does it have to be? It was suppression of free speech.
No, because unpunished treason is still treason. The process therein described is the act of a government prosecuting treason, versus its definition. Propagandizing for the enemy is an act of giving aid and comfort.
All sorts of things can be done on one side of an issue, all the way to the other side of an issue ... but if nothing is brought to court, nothing happens and nothing is decided and no precedent is set for future issues of a similar nature.
Court action is mandatory for future precedent.
So-called “unpunished treason” is only an “opinion” out of the mouth of a commentator ... until it goes through “due process”.
Until that due process is fully exercised, it remains an opinion.
War is a different state of affairs. And treasonous speech does not become non-treasonous merely because of non-prosecution.
That assertion is moral relativism.
If one is in a war zone, at that particular time, that person will come under the jurisdiction of force, which is its own law.
If one is in a civilian setting, at that particular time, then one is under the jurisdiction of the US Constitution and all the precedent-setting cases relating to that issue (assuming we’re talking about the USA).
A war zone would be like being in Iraq as the USA is invading. Being in a civilian setting would be like being inside the USA as the USA is invading Iraq.
In the USA you can exercise your free speech to the absolute utmost speaking out totally against the war in Iraq. But, I wouldn’t advise doing that while in Iraq ... :-) ...
No, it’s what is called “due process” and being not guilty until charged, tried and convicted (or declared innocent) ... all which are protected rights under the US Constitution.
>> will rub Israel’s nose in the mud.
Maybe the idiot meant swirl...
Nobody’s calling for summary punishment.
Second it. This is treason.