Following the video with Netanyahu: Aral Segal was suspended from here 11
Following the storm around the video in which he watched a singer with his colleagues Yinon Magal Shimon Ricklin and Prime Minister Netanyahu, Aral Sgt was suspended from the broadcast corporation. Netanyahu responded: "What a shame, what a joke"
On Thursday afternoon, Yinon Magal posted an extraordinary video to Twitter: He and his two colleagues, Shimon Ricklin and Aral Sgt, play and chant Avihu Medina's "Jerusalem Praise," when suddenly Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joins them and the three sing with him in friendship and at ease.
The reactions, as expected, were not late: Social networks were upset by the video and resented the fact that three journalists are filming such an intimate and joking situation with those who should be the object of their coverage and criticism. What's more, Megalone memorization should also be used until the prosecution in Netanyahu's upcoming trial. Subsequently, the response of Sgt's employers was also not late, and he was suspended pending a new announcement from the broadcasting corporation.
Netanyahu's response to this also came quickly: "What a joke, what a shame," he declared, and the audience responded with a common song of "Praise of Jerusalem." The right-wing party, for its part, said: "Delusional. Years of a one-dimensional media band say the same messages, embrace and caress those who lied to her and those who visited and everything is visible and known. And nothing. No suspensions, no reprimands and no reviews. Jerusalem "with the Prime Minister - Immediately suspended from his job. Shame."
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