Even before serving a single day in his position, the designated deputy minister in the Prime Minister's Office Avi Maoz, who will be entrusted with, among other things, the Jewish identity, provoked, not for the first time, a public uproar and much anger due to his controversial views, especially regarding the gay community and women, whose integration into the army he opposes and He sees their purpose and contribution to the state in marriage only.
Among the indignant: socialite, business woman and singer Nicole Reidman.
Raidman didn't spare criticism and harsh words towards Maoz in the story she uploaded and shared with her followers on Instagram.
"I am an unmarried woman and contribute more to the country than many men," Reidman began the angry story she uploaded yesterday (Monday).
"I am a mother of children, I raise them alone with pride and my daughter will enlist in the IDF, among other things to protect you as well," she added, obviously referring to Maoz's statements that women's destiny is in marriage and that their integration into the IDF is unnecessary.
Nicole Raidman, photo: Almog Gabai
"Who are you, sir? Shame on you for your dark views," she slapped him, and added: "Your worldview is not the government's agenda. Before you cause harm and open a front with me about your primitive thinking that has no place," Reidman declared. "I look forward to an apology to the women of Israel and transgender citizens," she wrote, signing off the story: "Regards, an independent and unmarried woman."
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