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Liat Ben Ari's request was accepted: an order to prevent threatening harassment against Likud activist Rami Ben Yehuda Israel today


The judge rejected the claim that the words were said as part of a political discourse to a small group • The order prohibits Ben Yehuda from publishing any material known to the deputy state attorney

Order to prevent threatening harassment against Rami (Rahim) Ben Yehuda:

The Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv accepted the request of the legal advisor to the government, and issued the order against Likud activist Rami (Rahim) Ben Yehuda, prohibiting him from publishing by himself and through others any publication concerning the son of the Mishnah to the State Attorney, Adv. Liat Ben-Ari. The order orders Ben Yehuda to remove any posting from social media that refers to Ben-Ari's son or attributes a family connection between her and the unknown suspect in the injury to Orli Lev.

As mentioned, Attorney Ben Ari, the senior prosecutor in the Binyamin Netanyahu case, filed a complaint with the police at the beginning of this month against Ben Yehuda, on suspicion of incitement against her and her son. As I recall, Ben Yehuda was the one who previously circulated the residential address of the central prosecution team in one of the cases against Netanyahu, Hadas Klein. 

Liat Ben Ari

Judge Malka Spinzi-Shneor wrote in her decision that "the test for the existence of threatening harassment is objective and not subjective. It is not enough that so-and-so feels threatened, but the court must be convinced that indeed the circumstances are such that it is likely that so-and-so will feel threatened or harassed." 

As part of the decision, Judge Spinizi-Shneor rejected Ben Yehuda's claims and stated that the content of the videos for which the request was made, the intonation and body language, and especially the time of their utterance, meet the definition of the term "threat" and that they should disturb the peace of life of Advocate Ben-Ari and Beni her family in a way that justifies an order. The judge even rejected his claim that the words were said as part of a political discourse to a small group and pointed out that it must always be remembered that even things said in a closed group should be said in a respectful and dignified manner and that it must be remembered that they can leak outside the group.

Regarding the request for a restraining order from Ben Ari and his son's lawyer, the judge was satisfied with Ben Yehuda's commitment during the hearing not to get close to Ben Ari and his son, and noted this in her decision.

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Source: israelhayom

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