Knesset Member Calls For Segregated Israeli Hospitals

300px-Being_a_twin_means_you_always_have_a_pillow_or_blanket_handyKnesset member Bezalel Smotrich of the Jewish Home party is calling for the segregation of Arab and Jewish mothers in maternity wards in Israeli hospitals. He insists that Israeli mothers should not have to have their babies next to Muslim babies “who might want to murder” them in 20 years. Media reported that Shaare Tsedek and Hadassah hospitals in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv’s Ichilov and the Meir hospital in Kfar Saba were all segregating patients.

Smotrich said “My wife is truly no racist, but after giving birth she wants to rest rather than have a hafla [a celebratory feast often accompanied by music and dancing] like the Arabs have after their births. It’s natural that my wife wouldn’t want to lie in bed next to a woman who just gave birth to a baby who might want to murder her baby 20 years from now.”

When confronted later by a radio interviewer, Smotrich doubled down and said “Arabs are my enemies and that’s why I don’t enjoy being next to them.”

The suggestion of a type of separate but equal doctrine for babies is disturbing on a variety of levels. Extremists on both sides seem intent on reinforcing barriers to prevent interactions between groups. Such segregation only serves to polarize the population but play to extremist parties.

45 thoughts on “Knesset Member Calls For Segregated Israeli Hospitals”

  1. What a stupid, vile, grotesque, degenerate, leftist, Islamopandering article. Of course any civilized person doesn’t want their child anywhere near a Muslim. That is only common sense. Muslims don’t belong anywhere near civilized people. Muslims are just hateful, useless, and worthless people that have no place anywhere near civilized people.

    Have you ever heard of a Muslim winning a Nobel Prize for an achievement in science, medicine, or economics — the real prizes affecting humanity (not the bullsheis “peace” or “literature” prizes, which are really political awards)? Of course, you haven’t. That’s because it doesn’t happen and it won’t happen, unless the Committee standards go completely down the drain. The reason is simple. Muslims hate civilization and they hate humanity. That is the sum and substance of Islam.

    The idea of doing ANYTHING to benefit humanity in any way, shape, or form is anathema to the collective Islamic consciousness. The Islamic “values” of hate are diametrically the opposite of the values of Christians and Jews. That’s why Christians and Jews win all of the Nobel Prizes in science, medicine, and economics, and Muslims win zero even though they represent more than 25% of the world’s population.

    Have you ever heard of a billionaire Muslim (and there are lots of them) give money away to fund institutions that improve lives or make life better in any way? Of course not. Won’t happen. They are too busy giving loads of money away to fund Islamoterrorism worldwide.

    THIS is what the unctuous, treacherous, contemptible, and vile Islamic cult of death, destruction, depravity, and deception teaches its children:

    1. Come on, Ralph, at usual you come late to the party then offer the same hateful, beastlike, ISIS worthy diatribe as the last time and the one before that!
      It is apparent to us all that in the right locale, you would be al Baghdadi!

  2. The Jerusalem Post

    April 6, 2016


    While the Health Ministry bans such moves, the report said the calls for separation in the obstetrics and gynecology department come at the request of the maternity patients, to which the hospitals then comply.

    The medical centers where the issue occurs, according to the report, are: Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem, Hadassah- University Medical Center in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem and on the capital’s Mount Scopus, along with Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv and Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba.

    The report added that all of the hospitals denied any such division among patients.

    However, some of the medical centers noted that if the patient makes such a request, it is taken into consideration, as are other appeals.

    Among the hospitals surveyed, only Soroka University Medical Center in Beersheba and Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center said that separation between patients in the maternity ward is not possible.

    The Health Ministry reacted to the Israel Radio report of “segregation” of Jewish and Arab mothers in a number of hospitals, saying it “prohibits all separation as a result of discrimination. The ministry’s instructions are not to separate any types of populations, not according to religion, country of origin, communities or any other criteria.”

    People with experience in a variety of hospitals note that mothers sometimes ask to be separated from “noisy” ethnic and Jewish religious groups that have large families who come to visit, which is a reason why some wards appear to segregate.

    The Hadassah Medical Organization, whose medical center on Mount Scopus was mentioned as one of the hospitals where Jewish women allegedly request separate rooms, stated on Tuesday that both it and the Hadassah-University Medical Center’s Ein Kerem campus are “proud that they are symbols of coexistence in every department and unit, both in the human mix of the medical and nursing staff and patients.”

    “The quality of medicine …

    attracts whole communities from different countries, from different cultural and religious backgrounds.

    They are all welcomed by Hadassah with a hug and empathy, excellent medical care and wonderful hospitalization conditions,” the HMO said.

  3. As usual, Turley has his facts half-ass backwards. A single individual, Smotrich, declared that he wants there to be a policy of segregating women giving birth. His call for such segregation was roundly and loudly condemned by many voices in Israeli society. Turley, as he consistently does, time and time again, leaves out that little tidbit, and happily gives the impression that this is common practice in Israel, which, of course, it is not. He also loves to play fast and loose with the facts. Contrary to what he claimed, the hospitals that he listed do NOT have any policy in place of segregating the patients. That is an out and out lie, and I strongly suspect that Turley is well aware of that information. The hospitals, when questioned, stated as much, declaring no policy existed to separate patients. What they did claim, however, was that requests from patients, regarding placement, were considered on a case by case basis and were granted accordingly. That’s a heck of a lot different than falsely claiming that those hospitals routinely segregate the women giving birth. Like my father used to say, some people are so crooked, they can’t even manage to pee straight.

  4. Muslims use Mickey Mouse to teach their kids to kill Jews, so this post is along the lines of “other than that, how was the play, Mrs. Lincoln?”

  5. Those who have darker skin shades, kinkier hair, Semitic features might be Semites. The others are probably not. Normal people don’t judge others by their physical features, but apparently those who want separate hospitals, do.

  6. A Jew is s Semite. In fact a lot of Arabs and Jews have the same gene pools. Its when they get out of the pool that they get finicky.

  7. If European, Russian, and US Jewish immigrants hate Semites so much why did they immigrate to a Semite country right in the middle of several other Semite countries? Go back to Europe, Russia, and the US where you don’t have to be anywhere near Semites.

    1. Doglover – correct me if I am wrong, but Jews are Semites, too. They are just going home.

  8. I don’t agree with this, however I can see how you can get to this point.

  9. Saudi Saudi bo baudi….
    Banana fanna fo maudi…
    Fee fi mo baudi…

  10. (music- to dance to the music)

    Segregate! Segregate!
    Dance to the music!

  11. Maybe the lead two words were Segregation now. Not today.

    George Wallace was the speaker.

  12. Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever!

    Who said that?

  13. Most Arabs are taught hatred of Israel. I don’t know how Israelis live day by day. I couldn’t. Putting up with being attacked over and over, with the world telling them to use restraint, is unbelieveable. I don’t walk in their shoes. I don’t agree with criticizing them.

  14. I’m sure some IsraHell-firsters/US citizens who would describe such action as a felony in the US, would wholeheartedly approve of it in IsraHell, a nation of zero national interest to the US.

    The sooner Islam and IsraHell fight to the death (without US intervention) the better.

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