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Journalist Gil Tamri, foreign news editor for Channel 13, was suspended following his statement on air that Prime Minister Netanyahu wants to see the abductees dead.
News 13 reported: "News 13 condemns what Gil Tamri said. He made a mistake in his statement and apologized for it on air. Only after he has done so, he is expected to return to the air in the coming days."
Yesterday, as mentioned, there was an uproar over Tamri's words on air.
During a discussion at the News 13 studio, Tamri said: "Netanyahu really has no incentive to release the abductees, he wants them all dead for his own reasons."
After the storm, he apologized on air: "My choice of words was very unsuccessful, I don't really think that Netanyahu wants the abductees dead, I regret the things."
The Likud responded: "While Prime Minister Netanyahu has already released 110 of our abductees and is working for the release of all of them even at this moment, Gil Tamri on News 13 dares to say that the prime minister wants the abductees to die. Hamas does not need media if it has News 13."
Member of Knesset Tali Gottlieb (Likud) also attacked Tamri: "Who needs enemies when you have Gil Tamri? Today, live on Channel 13, Tamri shamefully claimed that Netanyahu has no incentive to release the abductees and wants them all dead for his own reasons. Arad Nir (The mistake In the original - 60) it is not appropriate to be called a writer or a commentator.
Arad Nir is a liar, an instigator, a traitor!
When I thought I had already heard everything.. to hear Tamri and seep in."
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