Members of the Israeli parliament likened the British government to “anti-Semitic dogs” and demanded the expulsion of Britain’s military attaché in Tel Aviv.
“The British are being hypocritical, and I do not wish to insult dogs here, since some dogs show true loyalty, [but] who gave the British the right to judge us on the war on terror?” said Arieh Eldad, a Right-wing member of the Knesset.
Another member, Michael Ben-Ari, said: “Dogs are usually loyal, the British may be dogs, but they are not loyal to us. They seem to be loyal to the anti-Semitic establishment.”
By paying for trips to Israel by members of the CFI and LFI, Mossad undoubtedly have secured a source of high-quality passports to copy for use by their agents, and no doubt carefully planned 'honey operations' during CFI and LFI trips have yielded a rich harvest of blackmail material.
However, some of us are immune to influence, and will applaud the expulsion from the UK of the man responsible for orchestrating the activities of Israeli death squads in this country.