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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Knesset Memeber Yoav Kish tells Kerry to Stay Home!


John Kerry announces that he’s coming to save the day as Israel grapples with escalating jihadist violence. Israel says Kerry can keep himself and his terror-supporting views back in America.

Speaking at Harvard University on Tuesday, Kerry suggested that “a massive increase in [Jewish] settlements over the course of the last years” was the cause of the current wave of Palestinian terrorist violence “because there’s a frustration that is growing.”
It needs to be noted that the various signed peace agreements do not prohibit Israel from building new homes inside the boundaries of existing settlements, which is all that has been happening.
Kerry went on to state that he would soon visit Israel to help put a stop to what he called a “revolving cycle” of provocation and violence.
Israeli Member of Knesset Yoav Kish (Likud) said Kerry can stay home if he is going to insist on such tremendous naivete.
“Unfortunately, we have again witnessed that the Secretary of State is disconnected and lacks a basic understanding of the situation in our region,” Kish told Israeli media. 
“This American government has made so many foreign policy mistakes in such a short time. Kerry ignores Palestinian Authority incitement and distorts Israel’s justified war on terror. If this is his worldview, it’s better he not come.”
Yoav Kish (Hebrewיואב קיש‎; born 6 December 1968) is an Israeli pilot and politician.

Biography[edit]

Kish was born and raised in Tel Aviv, to a family of British-Jewish origin. His grandfather was Frederick Kisch, the highest-ranking Jew ever to serve in the British Army, and he held British citizenship until having to renounce it in 2015 as a condition of being allowed to take his Knesset seat.[1] He holds an MBA from INSEAD. He was on the Likud Yisrael Beiteinu list for the 2013 Knesset elections, but failed to win a seat.
Prior to the 2015 elections he was placed 19th on the Likud list,[2] a slot reserved for the Tel Aviv region.[3] He was elected to the Knesset as Likud won 30 seats.[4]
Kish is married with three children and lives in Ramat Gan.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

only a kish has a the backbone to make a comment such as that.