“Today Bennett can lower the dome wholeheartedly”

“Today Bennett can lower the dome wholeheartedly”
“Today Bennett can lower the dome wholeheartedly”

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Simcha Rotman of Religious Zionism sharply attacks Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, saying that in light of his conduct during the memorial service for Yitzhak Rabin, he can remove the dome from his head.

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On his Twitter account, Rotman wrote: “Bennett said he returned the dome because of the incitement against the right after Rabin’s assassination. Today he can take the dome off wholeheartedly. The upheaval is complete.”

Rotman added that “his brother (Yair Lapid; GA) in the government of unification, healing and unity, spits on the religious and right-wing public and incites against them, and he shakes his hand with a smile. Ugh. “

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Rothman also referred to a tweet from MK Shirley Pinto, which has already been deleted by her, and wrote: “There is no middle ground. Those who go with the left undergo accelerated conversion treatments.”

In the same matter: After causing a widespread outcry when she tweeted against opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu, accusing him of inciting Rabin’s assassination, MK Shirley Pinto this evening responded to criticism leveled against her after the tweet was published.

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According to her: “You took things out of proportion, at the end of this important day that touches the deep wounds in Israeli society. Murder is not a matter of right and left.”

She added that “Netanyahu has been inciting against the prime minister, the interior minister and the government for many months. Netanyahu has no problem embracing Itzik Zarka at his home, who stands in front of Prime Minister Bennett’s house and calls him a ‘traitor’ – and even preaches incitement.”

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As you may recall, in the original tweet published after the ceremony in memory of the late Yitzhak Rabin, Pinto wrote that “this year, too, Netanyahu used Rabin’s assassination to explain that he was in fact the one who was attacked. Sometimes it seems like he never left that porch. An instigator was and an instigator will remain. “

Pinto’s tweet provoked, of course, many angry reactions on the net, especially those who accused her of a final transition from right to left. Shortly afterwards, Pinto mimicked the tweet.

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