Instead of firing Smotrich, Netanyahu accepts a public apology


The prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu was generally expected to sack the new Transportation Minister Bezalel Smotrich for offensive remarks, that included calling the prime minister “weak” and showing “zero leadership.”  Summoned to the prime minister’s office for a dressing-down, the United Religious leader was allowed to get away with promising a public apology for stepping out of line.

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One thought on “Instead of firing Smotrich, Netanyahu accepts a public apology

  • Aug 12, 2019 @ 21:30 at 21:30
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    So why does not attorney General of Israel Avichai Mandelbit not apologize for his biased decisions to prosecute Otzma Yehudit from running for government but he keeps he does nothing to prevent racist Muslims that support intifada against Israel in The Government! His actions only against The Jewish Party of Otzma Yehudit betrays The Nation of Israel ability to choose our own leaders which we dont want Avichai go Home!
    Attorney Itamar Ben Gvir should replace the attorney general since Avichai does not fight against anti semitic Islamic terrorists in the Israeli Government but incites against Otzma Yehudit members the most Vocal and Loyal Leaders of Israel!

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