Days of Palestine, Jerusalem -Israeli Knesset approved on Monday night first reading of law enabling it to sack any MKs who do not recognise Israeli occupation a “Jewish state.
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The law would allow 90 MKs to vote to sack lawmakers if they “negate the existence of the State of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state,” incite racism, or express support for a terror group or state in its war against the occupation.
According to the Israeli occupation, taking part in anti-occupation demonstration or and peaceful activity is considered inciting racism and expressing sadness to Palestinians killed by the Israeli occupation is considered support of terrorists.
The measure has to pass two more readings in order to take effect on the ground.
Speaking before the vote, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the bill would help the Israeli occupation fight against terror.
“I expect all those who say they are in favour of the bill to vote in support and to not give an advantage or profit to those who support terror,” he said.
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Backed by Netanyahu, the bill was proposed after three Arab MKs made a condolence visit to the families of Palestinians killed by Israeli occupation forces, and the three observed a moment of silence, which some explained as showing support for terror.
Monitors said that the bill is mainly targeting Arab MPs, who always defend the right of Palestinians to resist the Israeli occupation and do not recognise Israeli occupation as a “Jewish state.”
Recognising the Israeli occupation as a Jewish state means that any non-Jew would not be entitled for a citizenship and about 500,000 Arab Palestinians would be “legally” deported from their homes in occupied Palestine (Israel).