EU criticizes Israel over its legislation to revoke the permanent residency of jihadists

It should be obvious to any and everyone that Europe is dominated by a ruling class that has no respect or regard for human rights and democracy, given its record of reckless immigration policies and its bullying of member nations to fulfill its demand for migrant quotas. It is common sense that any country at war should “revoke the permanent residency status of persons involved in terrorism, treason or espionage,” in the best interests of its citizens. Israel did just that, and is being criticized by the European Union because of it.

This week, the Israeli Knesset adopted legislation which empowers the Israeli Minister of Interior to revoke the permanent residency status of persons involved in terrorism, treason or espionage

While the EU claims that it “rejects terrorism in all its forms,” it simultaneously warns:

The new law could make the residency status of Palestinians in East Jerusalem, a protected population under International Humanitarian Law, even more precarious than it already is today. The new law could be used to further compromise the Palestinian presence in East Jerusalem, which would further undermine the prospects of a two-state solution.

Terrorists have never, nor will they ever, respond favorably to appeasement. The world is at war with jihadists, period. Jihadists have declared war on infidels, and they resort to extortion and violence, exploiting a victimology narrative to do so. The EU has stooped to allowing themselves to be manipulated in this way.

The world is divided in two for jihadists and Islamic supremacists: the House of War and the House of Islam. Israel is the House of War, as are all nations that are not under the sharia. All Western nations will do well to follow Israel’s example in revoking the permanent residency status (or citizenship) of enemies of their nations.

Canada had a similar situation when former Liberal Immigration Minister John McCallum “introduced legislation to repeal a Conservative law that stripped Canadian citizenship from dual nationals convicted of terrorism-related offences.” The revocation of the Conservative law was announced last summer, allowing Canadian citizens convicted of terrorism to keep their Canadian citizenship under the Trudeau government.

McCullum’s view was that “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian….It is our profound belief that there should be one class of Canadian.” To the imprudent McCullum, Islamic State jihadists are  equal to law-abiding Canadian citizens. To McCullum, the ringleader of the Toronto 18, Zakaria Amara, is as much of a Canadian as Justin Trudeau.

Amara was involved in a 2006 plot to “detonate a truck bomb in downtown Toronto, storm Parliament Hill and behead the prime minister.” Amara’s citizenship was revoked under the former Conservative Stephen Harper government, as it should have been. Jason Kenney — the former Conservative immigration minister — accurately tweeted: “This man hated Canada so much, he planned on murdering hundreds of Canadians. He forfeited his own citizenship.” Under the Trudeau Liberals, murderous jihadists regained their Canadian citizenship as equals to all Canadians, despite their deep hatred for Canada and their war with the country.

The EU has been likewise accepting of jihadists and Islamic supremacists, at the expense of law-abiding citizens. It has been bullying its member countries relentlessly to accept its migrant quota rules. It does not matter to the EU that the hijrah has already proven disastrous for Europe. Now the EU is forcing itself into Israel’s business when it has no jurisdiction to do so.

The European Union will closely monitor if and how this new law is applied to Palestinians in East Jerusalem

The EU’s reaction to Israel is odious, and will only encourage the growing specter of anti-Semitism that has seized Europe since the new hijrah began.

“Europe criticizes Israel over legislation on terrorism”, by Elad Benari, Arutz Sheva, March 9, 2018:

The European Union (EU) on Friday issued a sharply worded statement in which it criticized the law that was approved this week in the Knesset, which allows the permanent residency of terrorists to be revoked.

“This week, the Israeli Knesset adopted legislation which empowers the Israeli Minister of Interior to revoke the permanent residency status of persons involved in terrorism, treason or espionage,” the statement said.

While the EU stressed it “rejects terrorism in all its forms”, it warned that “the new law could make the residency status of Palestinians in East Jerusalem, a protected population under International Humanitarian Law, even more precarious than it already is today. The new law could be used to further compromise the Palestinian presence in East Jerusalem, which would further undermine the prospects of a two-state solution.”

“In line with international law, the European Union does not recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the territories occupied by Israel since June 1967, including East Jerusalem, and does not consider them to be part of Israel’s territory, irrespective of their legal status under domestic Israeli law,” it said.

“The European Union will closely monitor if and how this new law is applied to Palestinians in East Jerusalem,” the statement concluded……

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