Israeli Knesset member outrages ‘Palestinians’ by saying there’s no way the could exist because muslims can’t even pronounce the letter ‘P”
MK Anat Berko (Likud) made the remark during a Knesset debate on the two-state solution.
“Palestine” is a borrowed term, MK Anat Berko (Likud) said in the Knesset Wednesday, sparking an uproar.
“Palestine – There isn’t even a ‘p’ in Arabic, so it’s a borrowed term that’s worth analyzing,” Berko said in a debate on the two-state solution. “But there is a Palestinian Authority next to us; we don’t deny it.”
“Are you for real?” MK Tamar Zandberg (Meretz) asked.
Several MKs from Meretz and the Joint List shouted at Berko.
Berko repeated several times: “There is no puh sound!”
“The source of the name is clear,” she said, referring
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