Following the interview: The police will interrogate Yona Abrushmi on suspicion of incitement


Police announced today (Sunday) that they will open an investigation on suspicion of inciting violence against Yona Abrushmi, now peace activist Emil Grinzwig in 1983, following remarks he made in an interview aired on News 12 on Friday.

In an interview broadcast with him, in the shadow of a wave of protests near the prime minister’s residence on Balfour Street, Abrushmi called the protesters “bacteria” and argued that they should be removed from society. He even hinted at violence against them when he said “there are young people, who will go to Balfour, they know what needs to be done”. The killer, who was released after 27 years in prison, added that “I hate them even today, and they hate me too. They are bad people, outlaws of Israel.”


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