Another Perspective on the Anat Kamm Affair: How could a person like Ayalla Procaccia remain on Supreme Court??

April 25, 2010

Anat Kamm the young woman who stole some 2,000 documents – many top secret – from the head of Central Command during her IDF service, and turned them over to a http://xrl.us/Haaretz reporter who is currently hiding out somewhere in England. Anat Kam has been under house arrest

via israelmatzav.blogspot.com

Meanwhile… Zionist young girls who chose to disobey the state because the state was throwing Jews out of their homes do not have the privilege that Anat Kamm does to be under house arrest, and have to suffer a jail term before conviction.  The Jewish Leftist establishment in Israel is hypocrisy at it’s highest level.

You see, my daughter Chaya was also deemed a danger to public security and the State. Five years ago, at the age of 14, she was arrested during an anti-disengagement demonstration and accused of speaking rudely to a policewoman. She was brought before the juvenile judge in Tel Aviv, not far from where an 18-year old Anat was living at the time. The State prosecutor in our case asked the judge to keep my Chaya in jail until the end of the legal proceedings against her. On what grounds? Chaya was, you see, an ideologically motivated criminal. And because of her ideology she was unstopable. And dangerous to public and the State.

What was so dangerous about this girl? She participated in another non-violent civil disobedience demonstration a month before, was arrested, and released to yeshuv arrest, which forbade her from going to a similar demonstration. And now she disregarded that prohibition and refused to sit quetly while her friends were being thrown out of their homes. Thus, in the words of the prosecutor, her danger to the security of the State and the public was clear. Incredibly, the judge accepted this ridiculous argument.
In counter-argument I asked the judge to release my daughter to a full house arrest. I promised that we would keep her under 24/7 supervision. To no avail. The judge decided that we, the parents, could not be trusted to keep our dangerously criminal child from harming the Israeli public.