Mandelblit's Arrogance

Susie Dym,

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Susie Dym
Susie Dym serves as spokesperson for Mattot Arim, with over 20 years of expertise on "peace-for-peace" issues.

Please urge Israel’s MKs and ministers to arrange to terminate the employment of Attorney-General Mandelblit. Politicians become bold ONLY if and when their constituents write to them!

Arrogant Mandelblit is refusing to represent the Government’s newest law on Yehuda-Shomron – the Hasdara law


In fact, the Attorney-General even says he’ll argue AGAINST the government. 

By his actions Mandelblit is implying to the public -- who are not lawyers themselves - that complex legal issues are just like 2 plus 2 equals 4. He's hoping we think there's only ONE correct legal way (Mandelblit's) to resolve multi-faceted issues like Yehuda-Shomron – just like 2 plus 2 equals 4 – not 5. He hopes we'll presume that all OTHER ways of resolving the complex legal issue of Yehuda-Shomron are INCORRECT and illegal

But any lawyer can confirm to you that there are MANY possible ways to resolve any legal issue as multi-faceted as Yehuda-Shomron. It's simply not true that there is only one way to square that circle.  That is why Mandelblit must go – like the Prosecutor-General recently fired in the USA for similar reasons:


One of Mandelblitt's predecessors was also fired many years ago, also for substituting his own personal judgement of a multi-faceted issue, for that of the duly elected government

Example email to the MKs (short and simple enough for aides who speak English poorly):

Dear MKs and Ministers,

If Mandelblit won't work with Israel's Government, please tell Mandelblit he must go home!

Mandelblit is being quoted by Israel's detractors – because Mandelblit is accusing the Government of Israel of doing something illegal. It's only right for him to be sent home!

Sincerely (your full name)

Email addresses of Ministers and Knesset members;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;

Please pass on! – and thank you for helping Israel -

This is Susie Dym, spokesperson for Mattot Arim, writing to you from Israel