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Tuesday, May 27, 2008
MK Aryeh Eldad is apparently an evil inciter. He dared to quote the Israeli law that states that anyone who tries to give away Israeli sovereign territory has committed an act of treason whose punishment is death or imprisonment. He asked Mazuz to investigate Olmert for treason.

All across the spectrum, cheap politicians are attacking MK Aryeh Eldad for quoting the law as it is written. The specter of Rabin has been raised again.

So just color me confused, because if all he did was quote the law, then how is he inciting for murder? Does the law incite for murder?

If they don't like the law, then strike it down, but at the moment it is the law, even if it is unenforced. And perhaps therein lies the problem. The law is inconvenient to some (who always happen to demand that the "Rule of Law" be followed), so they demand it be not only ignored, but never mentioned in polite company.

How is the average citizen to know what laws apply to him, when clearly some double-standards are officially in place, but knowledgeable only to a select few.


Section B: Treason

97 (a). A person who, with intent to violate the sovereignty of the state, commits an act that has the potential to violate the state's sovereignty is liable to life imprisonment or the death penalty.

97 (b). A person who, with intent that any area be withdrawn from the sovereignty of the state or placed under the sovereignty of a foreign state, commits an act that has the potential to bring this about is liable to life imprisonment or the death penalty.
100. A person who commits an act revealing any one of the intentions listed in sections 97, 98 or 99 is liable to ten years imprisonment.


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