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"And spies returned": after boiling the Arab world - Guy Hochman returned to Israel Israel today


The network star and comedian, who was forced to flee Qatar after being portrayed as a dangerous Zionist and a soldier in the "Israeli occupation" army, landed in Israel with an uplifted state and an initial tweet: "And spies have returned to their border"

Network star Guy Hochman, who was forced to return to Israel due to Qatari pressure, with his first message to the people of Israel.

The comedian who traveled to film videos at the historic World Cup in Qatar, had to postpone his return to Israel yesterday morning for fear of being harmed after a trending video against him was published on Twitter.

In the same video it is claimed that Hochman is a former soldier and that he and his unit in the IDF "murdered thousands of Palestinians". The video in question was distributed with the title: "Expose the criminals".

World Cup, I tried to make peace with the Iranians as well.

— Guy Hochman (@HochmanGuy) November 27, 2022

"A peacemaker or a murdering soldier?" read the over-intelligence about Hochman in the networks when one of the references stated that Hochman presents himself in the videos as a "peacemaker" when in fact he is a "murdering soldier in the Israeli service".

Expose them.



— Samar D Jarrah (@SamarDJarrah) November 27, 2022

Some of the comments online stated that Hochman is a Mossad agent and in light of the harassment of Israeli journalists in Qatar, as mentioned, Hochman decided to shorten his stay in Qatar.

As soon as he landed in Israel, Hochman gleefully wrote on the networks: "And return spies to their border...".

And return spies to their border 🇮🇱

— Guy Hochman (@HochmanGuy) November 29, 2022 Were we wrong?

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Source: israelhayom

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