Tel Aviv Principal Labels IDF an "Occupation Army" and Hamas, "Freedom Fighters"

With "friends" like these living and teaching in Israel, who needs enemies? How was it that the Holocaust was able to happen? Because of traitors like Ram Cohen:

( A Tel Aviv principal told his students the IDF is a part of the ‘Occupation” and that Hamas terrorists actually are “Palestinian freedom fighters.” His comments in a lecture prompted Knesset Member Alex Miller of Yisrael Beiteinu to demand that he be fired.

The principal, Ram Cohen, also called on students to “curse the Occupation” and that Israel should return to the borders that existed from 1949-1967.

“I do not even want to imagine what would have happened if a principal with nationalist views had preached his own political agenda to students. There would have been immediate calls to fire him. In this case, we discover excessive tolerance when talking about incitement from the left."

MK Miller also asked Knesset Education Committee Chairman Zevulun Orlev (Jewish Home) to hold a special session on the issue.

The incident occured several weeks after Defense Minister Ehud Barak cut ties with the Har Brachah Hesder yeshiva because its head rabbi, Eliezer Melamed, teaches students that army order to expel Jews from the homes in Judea and Samaria is against the law of the Torah.
Why should the IDF expel Jews from their homes and property?  Is the Israeli government at war with their own people?  Or with Islamic terrorists?  Why does it reward terrorists and burden the IDF with expelling Jews from their homes? 

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