Bereaved families who are members of the “Choose Life” forum, together with the “If You Will” movement and other organizations from the national camp, came tonight (Monday) to protest in front of Judge Meni Mazuz in Jerusalem, following his ruling today not to destroy the terrorist house that killed Golani Amit fighter The late Ben Yigal several months ago
Hundreds demonstrated tonight outside the home of High Court Judge Meni Mazuz, in protest of the disqualification of the demolition of the house of the terrorist who murdered soldier Amit Ben Yigal the 14th. In a protest organized by the bereaved families from the “Choose Life” forum and the If You Will movement Many citizens oppose the inability of the judiciary, and its continuing damage to the security of the State of Israel and deterrence against terrorist organizations.
Herzl and Meirav Hajaj, the parents of the late Lt. Shir and members of the “Choosing a Life” forum of the bereaved families, stated that: To a fate like ours, the bereaved families and victims of terrorism. Judge Mazuz signed today and approved the next attacks, God forbid. “On the prevention of terrorist attacks in the future. Anyone for whom the rights of the enemy and the despicable terrorists are more important than the citizens and soldiers of Israel can not be a judge in Israel,” they concluded, “there are judges in Jerusalem for terrorists only.”
Photo: If you will
Photo: If you will
Matan Peleg, chairman of the “If You Will” movement, said in protest that: “High Court judges have once again proved today that they prefer the rights of the families of the terrorists over the rights of IDF soldiers. We call on Prime Minister Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ganz not to listen to the High Court ruling, and to destroy the terrorist’s house immediately. The late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said at the time that we must get along “without the High Court and without B’Tselem,” today we understood how true this is. This is another nail in the coffin of the Supreme Court. The blood of the late Amit and the rest of those killed in the terrorist incidents hangs over the High Court ruling.