On the way to escalation?
On the way to escalation?
The Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, ordered the Shavas to immediately close bakeries that operated inside two security prisons and supplied fresh pita bread to the terrorists every day. "What are these lapatas?
We went crazy, we just went crazy," enraged Ben Gabir when he learned about the existence of the mafias, in a closed conversation whose details reached Israel Hayom.
Upon his assumption of office, sources in contact with the prisoners made clear their fear that the new minister would act to worsen conditions.
Indeed, those around the minister claim that he intends to bring the Ketbi report to the cabinet for discussion, which contains at least 20 recommendations on how to make the living conditions of the terrorists in prison worse, as soon as possible.
The end of the pits in the security prisons?
(for illustration), photo: Coco
What Ben Gvir did not know at the time is that in the security prisons "Ramon" and "Ktziot" there are bakeries, where the prisoners make the pitas by themselves and for themselves.
According to a source present at the discussion, this angered the minister.
"What is this, the neighborhood of hope in prison?" he said angrily, in a conversation whose details have not been denied.
"It is not possible for despicable terrorists to have such a privilege, even more so than any other citizen. How can it be that murderers with blood on their hands are slapped every day, what is this absurdity?"
Following the discovery, Ben Gvir spoke with the Shevast Police Commissioner, Rabbi Gondar Kati Perry, and ordered the bakeries to be closed immediately. First, the bakery in Nafcha Prison was closed, and recently the one in Katziot Prison was also closed.
"What is this, the neighborhood of hope in prison?", Ben Gvir angered by the bakeries of security prisoners (archive), photo: Oren Ben Hakon
"A person who murders a Jew is not legally a criminal prisoner," the minister said at the yeshiva, "a security prisoner should receive the minimum according to the law, and zero tolerance should be exercised towards him."
IDF officials told "Israel Hayom" that the story of the pitots began 17 years ago in Megiddo prison, when responsibility for the prisons was transferred from the IDF to the IDF, and later a bakery was also opened in Eshel prison.
The officials found it difficult to explain why the prisoners receive hot pita bread every day, but said that the reason for the existence of the bakeries is economic, of annual savings of approximately NIS 1.5 million, as well as security - to prevent smuggling using the pastries.
Ben Gvir's office said in response: "We are not referring to the minister's specific instructions, but everyone is clear about his general policy. We will not accept a reality in which terrorists receive preferential conditions in the prison."
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