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Police Arrest IOF Soldier Suspected of Threatening Bibi on Social Media
By Staff, Agencies
The “Israeli” police arrested a 21-year-old “Israeli” Occupation Forces [IOF] soldier over suspected threats against “Israeli” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made on social media.
The soldier, who is reportedly based in Israel's north, is suspected of having threatened death to Netanyahu in a number of posts on his Facebook page.
In one of those, as cited by Ynet, the suspect made an apparent hint to Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's ex-Prime Minister assassinated by a far-right extremist in November 1995.
"This already happened with a prime minister who was unjustly taken down, but now, we have a prime minister who takes down his citizens," the soldier is cited as saying.
"Apparently, it will happen again, and rightfully so, and the police, who are his lackeys, must also be stoned to death."
On Monday, the prime minister said he had to file a new police complaint about death threats against himself and his family.
In early May, he filed another complaint against Haim Shadmi, a left-wing activist who issued death threats against Netanyahu's son Yair.
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