According to the police, “The investigation will be opened in light of the fact that during the interview that was broadcast with him, Abrushmi made statements that raise suspicion of an offense of Incitement to violenceThe investigation will be handed over to the fraud unit in the Tel Aviv district.
It should be noted that Abrushmi was convicted of the murder of Grinzwig, a peace activist now, during a demonstration in favor of implementing the conclusions of the Cohen Commission and the dismissal of the then Defense Minister Ariel Sharon in 1983.
In an interview with Channel 12 on Friday, Abrushmi referred to demonstrations in front of the prime minister’s residence on Balfour Street and said, “I love Netanyahu more than I liked Begin. I’m not going to Balfour today. There are young guys today who will go to Balfour, and they already knew what to do. ”
Justice Minister Avi Nissenkorn responded: “I welcome the prosecutor’s decision to allow the police to open an investigation following Yona Abrushmi’s remarks. If there were no warning lights, the shocking killer’s shocking words remind us once again how deeply the incitement permeates. It is our duty to do everything possible to prevent the murder. “The next political is exactly what we are fighting for.”