expulsion of an Israeli ‘diplomat’ from Britain over the terrorist
murder of a Palestinian leader in Dubai has provoked outrage in the
Israeli Knesset, comparing the British to “dogs”.
“I think [the] British are behaving hypocritically and I don’t want
to offend dogs on this issue, since some dogs are utterly loyal,” said
Aryeh Eldad, National Religious Party lawmaker in the Israeli Knesset
(parliament), quoted by the Sky News.
“Who are they to judge us on the war on terror,” he added.
Eldad said Israel should expel a British diplomat in a “natural
reaction” to the expulsion of the Israeli diplomat who is widely
reported to be a Mossad operative in the regime’s embassy in London.
‘The natural reaction should be to expel one of the senior diplomats
in the British Embassy, maybe the military attaché or someone on his
level,” the lawmaker told Sky News on Tuesday.
Earlier in the day, Foreign Secretary David Miliband ordered the
expulsion of the Israeli diplomat over the use of fake British passports
in the terror operation that killed Hamas commander Mahmud al-Mabhuhin
in his hotel room in Dubai.
According to Dubai police, Mabhouh was drugged and then suffocated
in an operation carried out by a 27-member terror s… >>>