Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attacked the new government that agrees to form the “Yamuna” party leader Naftali Bennett, and “there is a future” Yair Lapid.
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Netanyahu called on members of the Knesset to vote against the government, which he described as dangerous, vowing to work to bring it down by all means, and said that it is an “electoral fraud” government that makes the Israelis feel cheated.
On Saturday, the head of the Shin Bet security service, Nadav Argaman, warned of the possibility of a “political assassination” in Israel, in light of the increase in incitement.
Tamar Zandberg, head of the Meretz bloc (left), considered in a tweet on Twitter that Argaman’s statements are “a resounding wake-up call to Netanyahu and his followers for an immediate halt to the mechanism of hatred (…) that can lead to real violence and even murder.”
“It is not possible to treat criticism by the right as incitement, and criticism by the left as a legitimate act that falls under freedom of expression,” Netanyahu added.
The coalition agreement between Yair Lapid and the head of the United Arab List, Mansour Abbas, stipulates that the Arab villages in the Negev will be recognized, according to the official “Kan” channel.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry accused Netanyahu of trying to thwart the so-called “change government” in Israel, by escalating the aggression in occupied Jerusalem.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry added that “Netanyahu’s continuation of his expansionist colonial policy, which he has always pursued since his ascension to power, leads to conflicts and partisan and political strife in Israel, which threatens to thwart efforts aimed at consolidating the ceasefire.”