The following query should be posed to spokespeople of the government of Israel:
The government of Israel stresses that it has ordered its troops to “carry out the law”.
What is the government of Israel doing to enforce clause seven of the disengagement law, enacted by the government of Israel on June 6th, 2004, which forbids the transfer of any confiscated property to those “involved in terror”?
Here is the text of the June 6th, 2004 government decision:
7. Real Estate Assets
“The State of Israel will aspire to transfer other facilities, including industrial, commercial and agricultural ones, to a third, international party which will put them to use for the benefit of the Palestinian population that is not involved in terror”.
The May 1, 2005 brochure produced by the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs mysteriously eliminated the phrase “that is not involved in terror”.
Real Estate Assets: “Israel will aspire to transfer industrial, commercial, and agricultural facilities to an international party that will put them to use for the benefit of the Palestinian population”.
At a time when the Palestinian Authority negotiates the transfer of confiscated assets to terrorist organizations, the above question is quite relevant.