After Bressler, who strongly spoke out on the right-wing last Friday, saying, "It is forbidden to speak with Jewish and non-Jewish Nazis," last night (Saturday), another leader of the extreme protest organization 'Kummi Israel,' known by the nickname 'Costa Black,' also used similar terms.
Costa, in response to Orit Strook, Minister of National Missions of Israel, on her Twitter (X) account after being shocked by Bressler's statement and asked opposition leaders to condemn it, responded with strong language: "To compare scum like you to Nazis is an insult to the Nazis. A fascist filth and disgrace."
Bressler: "It is forbidden to talk to Nazis, Jews and non-Jews"
As mentioned last Friday, Bressler expressed herself in the way and in her reference to the talks with the right and the coalition, in connection with the legal reform, she said: "It is forbidden to talk to Nazis - Jews or non-Jews, at a table of ten people and one Nazi there are 11 Nazis. This is what is produced when the fascists are not kicked out." .
After her words were leaked and published, she tweeted the apology on her Twitter account: "I made a mistake in my statement yesterday. I used a word that has no place in discourse. I am sorry and apologize for this statement. Mistakes are also part of life and our struggle for our country and our future. Only those who do not act do not Wrong. Corrects and continues."