Every agora wasted on a terrorist could ease life for a citizen
The only people who will be upset at this terrorist's self-rejected citizenship being revoked are the Jews whose co-existence fantasies are fed by such “citizens of Israel.” Other citizens of Israel, such as those in Judea and Samaria struggling to find a house, might feel otherwise.
Forty years ago Muslim jihad terrorist, Karim Younis, started his prison sentence for the murder of IDF soldier, Cpl. Avraham Bromberg. No sooner had he been released to a hero’s welcome in Haifa a week ago than this citizen of Israel declared:
We do not recognise the Green Line or the 1949 armistice line because we are one people… We are marching on and we will seize our rights. I say once again: Palestine in its entirety is ours…Mount Carmel is ours, the Jezreel Valley is ours, the Coastal Plain is ours, the Negev is ours, the Galilee is ours and the Triangle region is ours as well.
In which other country do citizens get away with publicly denouncing the existence of the very country they are citizens of? Clearly, when Younis, in reference to “Palestine in its entirety,” says “we”, “our” and “ours,” he is not including himself with the Jews anguishing over his rights as a citizen of Israel. When he says, “We are one people,” he does not have his fellow citizens of Israel in mind, because for Younis, we are the Muslim Arabs across Eretz Israel, the "Palestinians," and the Muslims of the world as a whole.
Younis is certainly not marching towards a future of co-existence with the sons of apes and pigs, although he is, “prepared to sacrifice another forty years for the freedom of our people”—and waste valuable agorot for another forty years? I think the citizens of Israel might now have something to say about that.
The appointed role of his fellow citizens of Israel, before he kills them, is to pay for his upkeep, both before he kills them, and after. It's called Jizya. It's what Younis's organisation, Fatah, has been extracting from Israel for years, with the active collaboration of the Lapid-Gantz government.
For forty years the Israeli citizens forked out on this terrorist, only to end up exactly where they started: with a Muslim terrorist Hellbent on destroying Israel, as if he had never been in jail, and they had spent nothing at all. If he can simply pick up where he left off forty years ago, and by all accounts he is doing exactly that, then every single agora lavished on this murderer for forty years has brought Israel precisely nothing.
Karim Younis rejects the country of which he is a citizen and, ipso facto, his citizenship of that country. The only people who will be upset at this terrorist's self-rejected citizenship being revoked are the Jews whose co-existence fantasies are fed by such “citizens of Israel.” Other citizens of Israel, such as those in Judea and Samaria struggling to find a house, might feel otherwise.