Minister of Information Galit Distel Atabrian says on Channel 14 that "Channel 13 is aiming for one of us to get shot", on March 16, 2023 (Channel 14)
Minister of Information Galit Distel Atbarian copied a tweet today (Wednesday), in which she tried to discredit the protesters against the legal revolution.
In the tweet, which was deleted only after about 50 minutes of being on the air, there was a video of an anti-vaccination demonstration held about two years ago, in which a protester shouted "We want freedom".
The minister linked her words to the protests against the reform, and wrote in a tweet: "Why is she convinced that her freedom was taken away and how is this related to the "dictatorship" campaign costing hundreds of millions that swept the streets and minds of Israel?".
However, it was enough to look at the line at the bottom of the video to know that the segment is old.
At the bottom of the video it was written "Who is running the campaign against the corona vaccine".
The deleted tweet (photo: screenshot, from Galit Distal's Twitter page)
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Earlier today, the Chairman of the Medical Association, Prof. Zion Hagai, addressed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after Distel Atabrian attacked doctors who sat in protest against the legal revolution, calling them "cruel." In a letter entitled "Stop the machine of incitement and poison immediately," Prof. Hagai wrote because "I demand to clearly and publicly condemn the minister's words, and strongly demand that the members of your party and the members of the coalition refrain from offensive and inciting statements in the future.
" Otherwise, certainly the kind that is said by those who hold state positions, especially informational positions," Prof. Hagai continued. "You must stop the violent discourse and its deterioration - this is about the rights of souls."
Yesterday, Distel Atbarian claimed in a tweet on Twitter that the cost of the strike imposed by the Histadrut on the economy increased by about two billion shekels.
Later on in the tweet, she added: "I would revoke the license of the doctors I sat down with. People of this cruel type must not be allowed access to patients."
The Chairman of the Medical Association responded to the words in his letter, and wrote that "Israeli doctors are the important defense base for the security of the nation and any harm to them is a fatal harm to the integrity and security of the nation."