Lieutenant General Dahi Tamim, Khalfan, who previously headed the police of Dubai, made a comment about opening in Abu Dhabi Israeli representation. In his opinion, we are talking about the «duck» comes from former member of Knesset Azmi Bshara, according to NRG.
«Agent «Mossad», you belong in prison,» wrote the General in his microblog. He also called on the Council of the interaction of Gulf States to expel former Israeli parliamentarian from the territory of its member countries. According to the General, «the stranger» Bare no place on the Arabian Peninsula.
Israel called the opening of the office a breakthrough in bilateral relations. However, the government of the United Arab Emirates issued a statement, according to which the opening of the Israeli mission in Abu Dhabi will not change the position in respect of that state.
Recall that General Tamim, known for their outrageous performances, was the first who gave the Israeli secret service responsible for the elimination of one of the leaders of the terrorist group Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.
Azmi Bshara. Brief curriculum vitae
Azmi Bshara (Bishara) was born in 1956 year in Nazareth (Galilee). His parents were Arab Christians. He graduated at the Humboldt University (Germany). Worked as a lecturer at a Palestinian University bir-Zeit, and later headed the philosophy Department of this institution. Collaborated with the Institute of van Leer (Jerusalem).
The policy started in 1974-th year, when he became Chairman «of the National Committee of Arab students in higher education institutions», which operated in the Haifa and Jerusalem universities. In 1976 was included in the «Committee on the protection of (Palestinian) land».
Bara is one of the founders of the «National democratic Alliance» (BALAD). Knesset member 14, 15, 16 and 17 of the convocations.
In 2006, the legal adviser to the Israeli government ordered to start a criminal investigation against Azmi Bshara. The basis for the start of the investigation was the trip of Deputy in Beirut, to the book fair.
Since the spring of 2007 Azmi Bshara is in «voluntary exile» in Qatar. He is the political analyst of TV channel «al Jazeera». Headed by «the Arab center for political studies».
In November 2010, published data report that Azmi Bshara for three years after fleeing to Qatar has received from the Knesset over 500,000 shekels: 7.248 shekels monthly, and a one-time grant in the amount of NIS 195.524.
In 2011, the Knesset adopted the so-called «law Bshary», according to which a former or incumbent MP loses parliamentary pensions and other benefits if he did not come for questioning on the agenda or escapes from custody.