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"Zarka's force" is planning more blockades: "that all the kibbutzniks knew that the people demand reform" - voila! news


Right-wing activists announced that they intend to block entrances to the cities, in an attempt to find out who supports the legal revolution and who opposes it. In a post published on Facebook, one of the activists wrote: "Let's have a war. To uphold Bibi's teaching. Let's have a fratricidal war."

Right-wing demonstrators set up an improvised checkpoint in Beit Shan (according to Article 27)

Right-wing activists announced today (Wednesday) that they plan to set up additional roadblocks at the entrance to Kiryat Shmona, as they did this week at Kibbutz Tel Yosef near Beit Shean.

An activist named Ze'ev Zoigi wrote in a post on Facebook: "Thursday the crushing force of the right, the Zarka family, are coming to support the residents of Kiryat Shmona and to inform all the kibbutzniks that the people demand immediate reform."

"They entered our house, we entered their house," added Zuigi.

Another activist, by the name of Tiran Ohana, wrote to him in response: "Let's go to war. Business owners don't sell to kibbutzniks. Residents of Kiryat Shmona who moved to live in kibbutzim, you are leftists and you don't have permission to enter. Let's go to war. To uphold Bibi's teachings. Let's go to fraternal war."

The post published by the right-wing activist (photo: screenshot, from Facebook)

Earlier today, the former head of the Mossad, Tamir Pardo, said that the roadblocks set up this week by supporters of the legal revolution in the north, where they checked which of the drivers supported it and who opposed it.

"Like in the civil war in Lebanon - for the time being without weapons," Pardo said.

This week, during the protests for and against the reform, right-wing protesters set up a "breathing barrier" at the Tel Yosef intersection.

The demonstrators stood at the entrance to the settlement and only allow military vehicles, police and local residents to pass.

A woman from Maoz Haim said that she was trying to return, after picking up her children from basketball practice with their grandfather, when the protesters stopped her car.

The woman said that the same protesters surrounded her car, cursed her and spat on the car, while her children were crying inside.

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Source: walla

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