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While Ben Gvir promised that the police would investigate incitement from both the left and the right, several prominent Likud supporters who incited against the ombudsman and other elected officials have yet to be investigated. One of them is Rami Ben Yehuda, who called for the ombudsman to be "neutralized" after the attack in Jerusalem

Udi Segal and the team of News 13 were attacked in Neve Ya'akov (surfers)

The police began this morning (Sunday) to investigate prominent activists against the legal revolution on suspicion of inciting violence, led by Zeev Raz and attorney David Hodak, shortly after their controversial statements that were interpreted as threats to the life of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

However, even though the Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir claimed that the police will investigate suspicions from both the left and the right, some prominent Likud supporters, who have spoken out harshly against the Legal Advisor to the Government and other elected officials, have not yet been investigated even though a longer period of time has passed. One of them is Likud activist Rami Ben Yehuda, who called for "neutralizing" Legal Adviser to the Government Gali Beharve-Miara after the attack made a request in Neve Ya'akov in Jerusalem last week.

The words of Ben Yehuda, who was only recently sued in a defamation lawsuit after he called the son of a Holocaust survivor "a heathen", against the Legal Adviser were recorded on camera, but more than a week after the case has yet to be opened. An investigation against him on the subject.Ben Yehuda was even suspended from the Likud campaign in September after he attacked anti-Netanyahu protesters.

He was suspended from the Likud campaign after he attacked anti-Netanyahu demonstrators. (Photo: screenshot, Keshet 12)

Ben Yehuda's incitement against the legal adviser to the government was preceded by the words of Ben Gabir, who, without substantiation, blamed her for the current wave of terrorism when he claimed that she did not allow the sealing of terrorists' houses.

Another person mentioned by Netanyahu's opponents as someone who should have been investigated for incitement is his son, Yair, who implied that law enforcement officials who "sewed cases" against his father should be executed.

Netanyahu later denied that he meant it.

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