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"Sub-level": the reason Dudu Evat came out against journalist Adva Dadon | Israel Hayom

2023-12-10T06:57:28.655Z

Highlights: "Whoever chased crooks should run after herself – sub-level!!!," says former goalkeeper Dudu Evatt. Adva Dadon verified one of Israel's most respected military men, Avigdor Kahalani, with his 2016 statement about women. Dadon chose to praise herself after the interview, writing: "The discussion is over. I'm proud to be with women who use our platform to get our message across" If you find a mistake in the article, please share it with us.


Those who have been dividing their time in recent weeks between the field and the studio in light of the war in Israel have been criticized by a former goalkeeper who did not like the fact that she verified Avidor Kahalani with his 2016 statement


Oops. Believe it or not, journalist Adva Dadon managed to really annoy former goalkeeper Dudu Evatt, and with good reason. Someone who has been dividing her time in recent weeks since the war broke out on the ground and in the studios, verified one of Israel's most respected military men, Avigdor Kahalani, with his 2016 statement about women, "The role of women is to be mothers," which sparked quite a bit of outrage.

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Dudu Evatt, the former goalkeeper and current commentator, was the first to remain indifferent and immediately used every platform he knew to criticize Dadon. "Whoever chased crooks should run after herself – sub-level!!!." Dadon chose to praise herself after the interview, writing: "The discussion is over. I'm proud to be with women who use our platform to get our message across."

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Source: israelhayom

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