We have become accustomed to the fact that Knesset members, from across the political spectrum, fire criticism and speak out against everything that moves, even if there is no cover for what they say, and especially that they have no real idea what is happening.
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The star of the Torah is Likud MK Tali Gottlieb, who apparently has not yet recovered from the events of Yom Kippur – the separation prayer affair in Dizengoff Square – and rushed to tweet against "separation" on the soccer fields.
"Prayer in parting? God forbid. A separate stand for women at a soccer match between Maccabi Haifa and Bnei Sakhnin Totally yes. Woe to the hypocrisy," is how Mrs. Gottlieb originally cried out, sticking her own hair.
Because she does not understand what is happening in Israeli football, the MK was sure that in tonight's match between Maccabi Haifa and Bnei Sakhnin, the host team separates women from men, when in reality, the Greens suffered a punishment that led to the closure of the northern stand and the opening of the southern stand to women and children up to the age of 13 only.
Prayer in parting? God forbid. A separate stand for women at a soccer match between Maccabi Haifa and Bnei Sakhnin Totally yes.
Woe to the hypocrisy. pic.twitter.com/xsDYhxmqng
— Tali Gottlieb (@TallyGotliv) September 27, 2023
The social networks did not feel sorry for Gottlieb and put her in her place with a variety of bites, which may have caused her to regret opening her mouth. "If they put her brain in Nahliali, it would come in the summer," shot surfer Omer Itamar, and that was just the beginning.
User Tal Kaplan also responded to Gottlieb, writing: "There have been a lot of dumb tweets on the platform over the years, but I allow myself to let you know that you took everyone on a roll with this thing. Not only are you not the sharpest pencil in the pencil case, you don't even have a head."
Examples of her reactions can be found online, we chose to bring before you the "gentleness" among them, but there is no doubt that MK Tali Gottlieb managed to explain better than anyone else why politics and sports should not be mixed.
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