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Look Who's Been Suspiciously Quiet About the Palestinian Jailbreak

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If you haven’t heard anything from one of our biggest blabbermouths, Lawmaker Amir Ohana (Likud), regarding last week’s jailbreak, it’s for good reason. He’ll soon be testifying before a state commission of inquiry about his role in April’s lethal stampede at Mount Meron, and his prating about “responsibility instead of blame” will once again receive a hostile hearing.

It’s only natural for Ohana, who was interviewed at length by the Mako website on September 9, to keep quiet about the Israel Prison Service’s huge snafu. Nobody would be surprised if the jailbreak plan was hatched during his term as public security minister – yet another reason not to draw attention to himself.

Ohana accepted the job of public security minister with one main goal – to help then-Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu escape justice. None of his ministry’s other areas of responsibility interested him much, unless they offered him an opportunity for cheap........

© Haaretz


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