In other words, they can continue to preach hatred and world domination, as long as it's not coming out of Mickey's Mouth. Not sure what he means by 'breaking the law'. Do they even have any, when it comes to vilifying the Israelis? No doubt it refers to criticism of Islam.
the use of the cartoon character in such a role represented a "mistaken approach" to the Palestinian struggle against Israeli occupation. In the statement, Barghouti said his ministry "would continue to ensure freedom of expression and freedom of the press, but that media outlets breaking the law would be penalized."
Barghouti complained that the Mickey Mouse story continued to receive attention by "some American television stations" after it was resolved, and that media did not broadcast video of Israeli human rights violations supplied by his ministry in recent weeks.I'd like to think that world outrage influenced their decision, but I have a feeling that Disney legal bigwigs might have made a call or two about trademark infringement. And I sincerely doubt it was a sudden attack of conscience. That doesn't seem to exist in those parts.