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Should Israel consider deporting NK traitors?

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The Ben Solomon show

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  There has been recent controversy over a Neturei Karta [NK] member spying for Iran. Of course, NK denies that he was a member of their group. However, it is well-known that they constantly support Israel's genocidal terrorist enemies in the name of true Torah Judaism. They're well-known hypocrites, who love to judge other people and accuse them of going against G-d while they violate Shabbat to support terrorism against Israel. It's as clear as day that before condemning Israel and other Jews, Neturei Karta should look at their own house first. It is also well-known that Neturei Karta members in Israel are all on welfare, draining Israel's resources to support terrorists. But with the recent story of a Neturei Karta member [again NK denies that he was a member] spying for Iran [not just kissing up to Ahmadinejad and the other Islamic Nazi-like terrorists like they usually do], the question I pose is whether Israel should investigate the group and considering deporting these hypocritical traitor welfare recpitiants. Or should their activity just be protected under the banner of "freedom of speech"? Tune in, as I discuss this important question.