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The owners of Betar Jerusalem participated in a discussion in the Internal Security Committee regarding violence on the pitches. Chairman of the association: "The Tel Aviv derby - an explosive event"



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Moshe celebrates: "Hooligans must be hit in the pocket."

Sturdy: "Afraid of the derby"

The owners of Betar Jerusalem participated in a discussion in the Internal Security Committee regarding violence on the pitches. Chairman of the association: "The Tel Aviv derby - an explosive event"

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Wednesday, 27 October 2021, 09:02 Updated: 10:19

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Nine days after the events between Hapoel Tel Aviv and Betar Jerusalem, a discussion was held today (Wednesday) in the Knesset's Internal Security Committee on the police's handling of violence in football stadiums. Representatives from the Football Association and the director of the leagues, as well as club chairman Eli Ohana and owner Moshe Hogg, were invited to a discussion held at the committee.

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Moshe Hogg spoke at length: "There is no person from north to south who does not know the despicable phenomenon called 'La Familia.' The situation in England was seven times worse and they managed to clean up. The one who cleaned up was the government, not the clubs or the association. We have enacted regulations and laws of zero percent tolerance and racism



"Our war in Betar is unprecedented. We will do everything we can to prevent the threat. In our house it's simpler because Teddy I give the instructions to the security company. But every time Betar goes to away games it is a war and we lost the war in Bloomfield. We said in advance that the hooligans should not be allowed in and unfortunately we did not receive cooperation from the police and Hapoel Tel Aviv.



"There are host teams that do not want to deal with it. In the game against Hapoel Tel Aviv, I agreed to pay the NIS 40,000 price gap to add security and prevent the hooligans from entering. Unfortunately, they did not accept my position. Today I am on trial for aggravated violence. Of La Familia.



"I do everything and even beyond my means. I ask you to give us tools to deal. If you give responsibility, give us authority too - allow us to keep hooligan fans away. Legislation should be tough, expulsions can not be for 90 days - this is a spit in the face. In another 90 days, the fan will return to the stands knowing that the person who beat her is there?



"Second thing - you have to find a way to hit them in the pocket and give them fines. When a person rages on the road he also suffers a fine. Some fans feel heroes when they go to the police station, they go back to their friends and say 'I was detained, small on me'. But when I sue them, suddenly "They get down on their knees and beg us to remove the lawsuits. We must fine fans who use violence."

"You have to work very hard."

Hasson (Photo: Screenshot, Knesset Channel)

The chairman of the Football Association, Oren Hasson, said: "We have to act with a very hard hand. We're sitting here for the umpteenth time. If there is no combination of police forces, the Ministry of Justice, we will probably get here after a disaster. It is inconceivable that people behave criminally on a football field. "



Hasson added:" In two weeks there will be a derby, I am afraid of what is going to happen there - we know it is an explosive event. These are criminals who come to harm group owners. The police are doing their best, the cooperation is exceptional, but they need the Ministry of Justice. "



The league's director general, Nicholas Lev:" We need to see how the state can help us. Team owners are not the problem. "If a fan knew that as soon as he took action he would be punished on the spot, then the deterrence would become effective dozens of times from trial and expulsion from the stadium for a short period. Hit in the pocket. Any club that wants to block a fan will get our backing."

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