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B'Tsalmo: "The blood of the murdered on the justice system"

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Submitted by Nir (United States), Apr 7, 2022 at 19:05

B'Tsalmo: "The blood of the murdered on the justice system"

Shirel Peretz, April 7, 2022

B'Tsalmo recently (Thursday) referred to a terrorist attack that is still taking place in the heart of Tel Aviv and said that "the blood of those killed on the justice system that prevents and hinders the destruction of terrorist homes and the denial of their citizenship."

B'Tsalmo points out that this week the High Court ruled that the house of the terrorist who murdered Yehuda Dimtman could be destroyed after delaying the destruction for several months.
Despite this, the High Court ordered that the terrorist's family be allowed additional time to organize. The murdered tonight did not have time to get organized before the attack.
In addition, the High Court these days prohibits the denial of citizenship to a terrorist who carried out an attack on the grounds that it is not a serious matter.
Shai Glick, CEO of B'Tsalmo: "The Supreme Court justices have stopped tying the hands of the defense establishment. Release the reins so that we can fight terrorism, otherwise you are the ones fighting the citizens of Israel. "
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