Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah on January 14.
Stopped by Israeli police officers near the Ramallah area village of Turmusayya, a heated argument broke out between Hamdallah and Israeli officers at that time, and as a result the prime minister swore at an Israeli officer calling him “a dog standing in occupied territory.”
I wonder, if that Israeli wasn’t in “occupied territory”, would he still be a “dog” in Hamdallah’s perception?
Visit My Right Word .Yisrael Medad
About the Author: Yisrael Medad resides in Shiloh and is a foreign media spokesperson for the Yesha Council of Jewish Communities.The author's opinion does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Jewish Press.
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