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Didi Harari, Netanyahu's close associate and former advisor, harshly criticized him: "One finger in the eye too many, that's what happened. The intoxication of power corrupts."

"The prime minister should manage things, and not be managed by God knows who."

Didi Harari (Photo: 103fm)

"One finger in the eye. One finger in the eye too many, that's what happened," is how Didi Harari called the events of the last day, after the dismissal of Defense Minister Yoav Galant following his request to stop the legal reform legislation.

Harari previously served as a strategic advisor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, led Likud campaigns and was an ardent supporter.

Harari opened his program "Didi Local" on 103FM with a critical monologue about the leader of the legislation to weaken the justice system, and about the dismissal of the Minister of Defense: "What is this intoxication of power? So you won the elections, and on the surface everything was honey, 64 mandates is a majority that has not been in a long time We saw it here and you didn't, he was always on the edge of one mandate, 61 mandates, 60 mandates. On the face of it, everything looks good and you can really govern properly and pass decisions. But it turns out that the intoxication of power can also be a corrupting intoxication. It starts with Levin's opponent who suddenly brings a list Legal reform is as long as the Declaration of Independence, and all at once. It continues with the haughty, arrogant, offensive Mr. Simcha Rothman, who suddenly got a stage. Although the audience's applause has long since ended, he is still on stage."

"And then Defense Minister Galant comes and tells his truth. The security situation is tough, we have to get together. For a month, Galant asks to meet with the defense cabinet, to present the things he apparently knows about. And when he can no longer - he says 'enough'. We have to concentrate on what that is important and urgent, the army and the security of this country. Because come on, between us, without security protection, it doesn't really matter what laws are passed. Everything will be null and void in sixty. Without much thought and probably out of the gut, the Prime Minister fires Defense Minister Gallant. And why? Because he was offended . He was offended that Gallant called for the reform to be stopped while he was in London," Harari added.

Listen to the full segment on 103FM

"Tell me, what are we playing with the insults?" Harari wondered and added: "The month of Ramadan is now, the most explosive time in terms of security, all estimates show an organization, we don't know why yet, by Iran, Lebanon, Syria, the Palestinians. It's time to fire the defense minister ? And for what? For the fact that he called for the legislation to be stopped? He didn't even have time to raise his hand in any kind of vote. Just for saying things he is fired? So all night long the country was burning with demonstrations, and now we suddenly hear Levin's opponent, and also Prime Minister Netanyahu And even Smotrich, maybe it's worth stopping the legislation to calm down. Now do you remember? Now? If it's possible to stop the legislation now, why didn't you stop it a month ago, and you would have prevented such a rift among the people?"

Harari expressed frustration with the political divide, blaming the politicians for their part in deepening it.

"Like what do you think, that one day after all this is over, the tear will heal by itself? Tearing is easy, in a second. Nursing takes time, sometimes a long time. Also sediments. Like everything, even like black coffee, they take time to sink in. Sad and above all senseless. For a month now, we've been shouting, really, here too, 'Stop this rapid legislation, stop the demonstrations too, start talking'. Remember the phrase 'When the house is empty, it doesn't matter if I'm right'? Remember when we said that non-stop? If we were now In the time of the Bible, we would ask God to send an angel, sit everyone down and talk.

Because as far as I know the prime minister should manage things, and not be managed by God knows who," he said.

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  • Didi Harari

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  • Benjamin Netanyahu

  • Rival Levin

  • Simcha Rothman

Source: walla

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