Monday, January 04, 2010

Israeli ISM co-founder admits she supports "armed resistance"

Neta Golan is the Israeli co-founder of the pro-terror (but ostensibly peaceful) International Solidarity Movement.

She lives in Ramallah with her Palestinian Arab husband and two kids.

An article in Palestine Today details how she wants to become a "Palestinian" citizen. One has to wonder why she wants to become a citizen of a Palestinian Arab state, but a million Israeli Arabs have no such desire.

The Arabic article also confirms that Golan believes the "Palestinian right to armed resistance," meaning terror attacks against Israelis, thus showing yet again that the ISM is not a "peace" organization.