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French Diplomat to be Expelled from Israel

French EU Diplomat hitting IDF Border Policeman

French EU Diplomat hitting IDF Border Policeman
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Marion Fesneau-Castaing, the French cultural attaché, who attacked an IDF soldier last week in the Jordan Valley will be expelled from Israel, according to a report in Yisrael Hayom.

Israel filed a complaint with France over the incident, and the two countries decided that the best move would be for the diplomat to leave Israel, and that it was to be considered an isolated incident.

Fesneau-Castaing will be removed from Israel by December.

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24 Responses to “French Diplomat to be Expelled from Israel”

  1. Israel, the world’s punching bag for 2000 years.

  2. Israel, the world’s punching bag for 2000 years.

  3. Beryl Cohen says:

    Why give her time to prepare and leave in a dignified manner. Throw her out NOW!!

  4. why do we have to wait for December? Why can't she leave this week? Or tomorrow?

  5. i[d throw out immediately – but first I’d slap the living beejeezes out of her, repeatedly, until perhaps some sense is knocked into that empty cranium between her shoulders. Secondly, I’d say, “don’t let the door hit you where the good Lord split you”.

  6. Dave Rivera says:

    she should be declared as persona non grata.

  7. Dave Rivera says:

    she should be declared as persona non grata.

  8. Yechiel Baum says:

    The soldier should press charges against her for abuse and she should be arrested for hitting him as he represents the Jewish State of Israel.

  9. She deserves a quiet "beat down" by unknown people.

  10. Howard Mintz says:

    I've been reading for about a week that the bitch is going to be kicked out of Israel. I don't understand the wait until December unless that is the time she is supposed to leave Israel because her commission is up. I suggest taking her to one of the Gaza crossings and literally kick her out of Israel. I'm sure that the soldier she struck would gladly lend a foot.

  11. Yes let the soldier lend a foot. Kick her out.

  12. David Moll says:

    Marion Fesneau-Castaing, the French cultural attaché, who attacked an IDF soldier last week in the Jordan Valley, ABUSED her diplomatic immunity privileges. She is NOT adequately trained to work in a diplomatic position, since diplomacy usually engages the fine art of dialogue, debate, negotiation, compromise. Diplomacy-by-fisticuffs is severely frowned upon!

    Read more at: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/french-diplomat-to-be-expelled-from-israel/2013/09/28/

  13. Gil Gilman says:

    several asked my question of why wait. maybe they are arranging an opportunity for her to use her cultural attack skills on the secret service, or the u. s. national guard.

  14. AC Stubbs says:

    Drop her off in Gaza

  15. Anonymous says:

    The best through her to Syria now, why to wait untill december?.

  16. France should vet their people better. Israel should be more cautious in who they allow in the country.

  17. France should vet their people better. Israel should be more cautious in who they allow in the country.

  18. Quick her ass from Israel.

  19. no diplomat at all, just a thug girl

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