An Israeli has been unfair to the EU.
Moshe Feiglin, a member of the Central Committee and a former candidate for the party’s chairmanship, recently received a letter from the UK’s Home Office informing him that he would not be allowed to enter the country.
According to the letter, in light of his previous remarks and calls to launch a war against the Palestinians, British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith has decided to inform him that he should be excluded from the country. “Your presence would not be conducive to the public good,” the letter said.
The wretch had the temerity to reply:
…Feiglin sent a response to the British government, clarifying that he had never intended to visit the country.
He added, however, that “the reasons for this strange initiative against a political figure inshould be investigated. This initiative constitutes another link in the European intervention in Israel’s internal issues…
Seeing that renowned terrorists like Hizbullah member Ibrahim Mousawwi are welcomed in your country in open arms, I understand that your policy is aimed at encouraging and supporting terror.
That’s unfair – the EU only encourages and supports terror outside its borders – for example by providing massive amounts of aid to Hamas. Internally, the EU just tolerates it.
Israelis should shut up and stick to supplying the EU with its advanced weaponry.