Swiss lawmaker fired after anti-Israeli comments

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) Denis Menoud, a councilor of the Geneva city municipality from Switzerland’s populist Geneva Citizens’ Movement (MCG) party, wrote on his Facebook page on Tuesday that “the key thing is that Israel is on the path to being incinerated.”

Menoud made the comments after Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council — the United States, China, Russia, France and Britain — plus Germany sealed an interim deal in Geneva on November 24 to pave the way for the full resolution of the West’s decade-old dispute with Iran over the country’s nuclear energy program on November 24.

His comments meant that Israel was the strategic and political loser with regard to the deal, he said.

“The point was the agreement with Iran… Israel is the loser, strategically and politically, from this plan. Anything else is a toxic and abusive interpretation,” he stated.

On Friday, the MCG requested him to resign, but he refused. Then, the MCG formally dismissed him and Party Leader Roger Gelay said he was “no longer considered a member.”

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4 Responses to “Swiss lawmaker fired after anti-Israeli comments”

  1. Anonymous says:

    If he had said the same about Palestine nothing would have been said, proving how racist these bastards are.
    No-one can take israel seriously until they stop the world terrorism and stop wiping palestine off the map

  2. Anonymous says:

    To find out who rules just look at who cant be criticised (and has laws drawn up by its resident dual national legislators making it hate speach if you do!)

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bloke should have been promoted.
    Zionism is Communism
    Moses Hess > Marx Engels > Frankfurt School > Buber > AMITAI
    ETZIONI (Communitarian revolutionary) > all the problems we now in the formerly free world. Etzioni lived a year in Athens, went to Palestine, lived on a cooperative farm and went to boarding school. In 1950, he was enrolled in a special academic institute established by Martin Buber after having dropped out of tenth grade three years earlier to join Palmach (an elite commando unit of the Haganah). In 1951, he attended the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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