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Ben Gvir's credit is limited and he knows it Israel today


The Minister of National Security knows that what will be determined now, in his first attack as responsible for the situation, will set the tone for the rest

The Minister of National Security finished the Shabbat reception prayer in which he served as the public messenger (cantor), returned to his home with 15 of his friends who were invited to the Friday dinner, followed by another 30 yeshiva students.

This celebration was interrupted by a note from a security guard about a serious attack in Jerusalem.

Ben Gvir got up, called Commissioner Kobi Shabtai, received an update, apologized to his guests and set off.

In the photos from the scene of the attack, Ben Gabir looks quiet, calm, hugging, caressing.

At the press conference on Saturday night, he already looked different, belligerent, aggressive, walking on the speaker's head, some say even stressed and radiating panic.

Ben Gvir would appear to be looking for culprits, perhaps trying to remove the responsibility from himself and transfer it to Yamesh, but he also knows that despite long years of legal intervention and rulings that have hampered the security establishment's actions, it is not to blame for the murderous attacks.

Police spokespersons

The raising of Ben Gvir's voice and the harsh messages about quick action that should be taken against murderous attacks were not intended only for the ears of Gali Beharev Miara, but also for the ears of his members of the political and security cabinet who gathered a few hours later.

He will ask for actions, taking a hard hand.

And now, immediately.

Ben Gabir deliberately raises his voice "My son has Iran, and this is my Iran. What happens in the streets is my Iran," he tells his men.

The high volume he demonstrated is intentional.

He wants to make it clear that this is an emergency.

What will be determined now, in his first attack as responsible for the situation, will set the tone for the rest.

The scene of the attack in the Neve Ya'akov neighborhood in Jerusalem, photo: Olivier Fitosi/Flash90

"We don't have time, we don't have excuses, and we don't have anyone to blame," Ben Gvir tells his men.

"It's on our heads. Now we're being tested. We can't afford to lose this fight."

He is right, so right.

The responsibility is on his shoulders.

It is too early to say that Ben Gavir is guilty.

He has only been in office for a few weeks, he has not made his mark yet but knows that this credit can last a very short time.

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Source: israelhayom

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