Former Israeli Prime Minister (PM) Benjamin Netanyahu. Photo / REUTERS
Netanyahu’s statement was reported by Israeli media on Monday (16/5/2022).
Israel’s current opposition leader refers to Ra’am, the Islamist party in Israel led by Mansour Abbas, which is reportedly influenced by Muslim Brotherhood. Ra’am is a partner in Bennett’s coalition.
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“You promised Ra’am 50 billion NIS, but their appetite is not satisfied,” Netanyahu said.
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He added, “The latest series of shameful incidents in this country is no coincidence.”
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The Netanyahu incidents are a series of recent attacks in Israel, such as those carried out by Palestinian resistance activists and Israeli gangs.