Over the weekend, Avidar received a message threatening his murder in the private box of his official Facebook account. “You need a bullet in the head,” a surfer wrote to him. Following this, Avidar filed a complaint with the Beit Shemesh police, following which the suspect was arrested in coordination with the Rishon Lezion police, where he lives. The suspect, 48, was taken for questioning and brought to the Magistrate’s Court in Petah Tikva for a hearing on Sunday, at the end of which he was released under house arrest for five days.
At the same time, Avidar complained to the Knesset officer about the growing threats against him. Avidar was heard on the recording last weekend saying: “The demonstrations cannot be stopped. It is very important to get convoys from every corner of the country to come. It is your right. Those who are afraid of being arrested will be lawyers of all the protest organizations that will help release. “Whoever does not have the money to pay, we will make the start and finance it.”
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