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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Why Is The USA Afraid of MK Michael Ben-Arie?

Uchud Le'umi, National Union Knesset Member Michael Ben-Ari has been rejected by the United States when requesting a visa.  For some peculiar, totally inaccurate reason, they consider the Kach movement to have been a "terrorist organization."  And since MK Ben-Ari had been a member, he's black-listed by the United States.

To make things clear. I was never a Kahane supporter nor member of Kach or any other of his organizations.  But I know that it never was a terrorist organization. MK Michael Ben-Ari is certainly no terrorist.
On Thursday, Ben-Ari said, “The U.S. government, which welcomes with open arms Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who calls for the destruction of Israel; Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who planned the murder of children in Maalot; and MK Ahmed Tibi, who enthusiastically encourages shahids (Islamic martyrs), chose to prevent me from meeting with Jewish communities in the U.S. to encourage emigration to Israel, claiming that I am a terrorist. We can now understand how the American blindness, which renders them incapable of recognizing a true terrorist who threatens the world, was the cause of the horrific attacks of Sept. 11.”
The United States is discriminating against a religious, pro-Land of Israel, Right wing politician.  The United States is probably afraid that he'll just tell the truth about what is going on here.

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