Israeli Knesset approves bill to IMPRISON those who “deny,” “downplay” Israel’s version of what happened on October 7
By Ethan Huff // Feb 08, 2024

In an attempt at stopping Israelis from discussing the October 7 Hamas attack from anywhere outside the bounds of the official narrative, the Israeli Knesset has introduced legislation to criminalize and imprison for up to five years anyone who is caught "denying" or "downplaying" the attack.

According to reports, the bill is one of three that targets people who question or try to verify Israel's wild claims, including the now-exposed lies about babies being cut out of women's wombs and baked in ovens.

"The approved bill is one out of three bills that included the expulsion of families of Palestinians who resist, imprisonment for those who deny Israel's narrative on October 7, and compensation for notorious ZAKA organization," the Palestinian Quds News Network reported.

ZAKA, by the way, is the infamous Israeli unit that pushed some of the most ridiculous atrocity propaganda about Hamas following the October 7 attack, while conveniently leaving out the fact that Israel Defense Forces (IDF) were ordered by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to stand down for a full seven hours during the attack.

(Related: In early 2023, the Israeli Knesset introduced legislation to completely outlaw preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Israel – violators would face prison time.)

Haaretz journalists in Knesset's crosshairs

The Jerusalem Post similarly reported about the bills and who proposed them: Otzma Yehudit MK Almog Cohen, Yisrael Beytenu MK Oded Forer and Likud MK Moshe Passal.

Forer's bill outlaws the denial of the October 7 attack, threatening to punish anyone who publishes, in writing or by word of mouth, anything that denies or downplays what allegedly happened that day. It also targets anyone who publishes praise, sympathy or identification with the actions of Hamas.

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"The denial of the massacre constitutes an attempt to rewrite history already at this stage, in an attempt to hide, minimize and facilitate the crimes committed against the Jewish people and the State of Israel," the bill reads.

Passal's bill calls for financial compensation to be awarded to ZAKA volunteers who opted to carry out the organization's agenda during Operation Swords of Iron.

"There is no doubt that the volunteers took a significant part and did hard work, both physically and mentally," Passal commented about the legislation. "They were a significant part of the holy work for the people of Israel and worked together with the IDF, so they deserve to be rewarded for their important work."

The legislation is right up the alley of the Times of Israel, which recently ran a piece claiming that questioning Israel's narratives from October 7 are akin to "Holocaust denial," calling for Big Tech to do more to censor this type of "unacceptable" speech.

Journalists at Haaretz, meanwhile, are in the crosshairs of the new legislation as they and fellow journalists at other Israeli news organizations published reports questioning much of the atrocity propaganda that was spread by the Israeli government in the aftermath of the attack.

Zionist personalities in the United States are calling for much the same thing. University of Pennsylvania law professor Claire Finkelstein wrote a column for The Washington Post last month demanding the abolition of the First Amendment to protect the feelings of Jewish students at Ivy League college campuses.

"Israel knew what was in store on October 7 and allowed it to happen, much like those airliners that flew into the World Trade Center on 9/11," one commenter wrote on a news briefing about the new Knesset legislation.

"To have wars you need enemies."

The latest news about Israel, its war on Gaza and the escalating situation in the Middle East can be found at IsraelCollapse.com.

Sources for this article include:

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