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Israel Bans Three Arab MKs From Knesset Sessions After They Visited Terrorists’ Families

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Jerusalem (TPS) – The Knesset Ethics Committee made a controversial decision on the evening of Monday, February 8 regarding the controversial meetings by three Arab MKs with the families of terrorists who had committed attacks on Israeli civilians during the recent wave of terrorism.

Multiple complaints had been filed against the three MKs in question—Jamal Zahalka, Hanin Zoabi and Basel Ghattas of the Joint List party. The committee ruled that Zoabi and Ghattas would be banned from Knesset sessions and committees for four months while Zahalka would be banned for two months.
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