Complaint Against Shikma Bressler

Complaint against Shikma Bressler: "Wild incitement to murder"

A complaint was filed with the police against Shikma Bressler by the lawyer Raz Atia for calling the leaders of the right-wing Nazis and fascists "this is wild incitement to murder"

Shikma Bressler (Photo: David Cohen, Flash 90.)

The lawyer Raz Atia filed a complaint with the police against Shikma Bressler for her statement at the Nahalal conference.

This morning, a complaint was filed with the Israel Police against Mrs. Shikma Bressler, one of the protest leaders who criticized President Herzog at the Nahalal conference, and claimed that by not distinguishing between "fascists and racists" and the majority who want agreements - he is harming the attempt to formulate a real solution. According to her, "11 Nazis sit at a table of ten people and one Nazi. This is what is produced when the fascists are not kicked out." She apologized: "I was wrong, I used a word that has no place in the conversation. Corrects and continues."

Atia in response: "Those who call to fight for democracy - you should not talk about incitement. The right to demonstrate is not the right to incite. There is freedom of speech and there is freedom of contempt. Here Shikma, it is a wild incitement to murder. 'Life and death in the hand of the tongue'! It is forbidden to give a hand to statements of this kind.

Dear Shikma Bressler filed a libel suit against Natali Dadon because she said she was dangerous to the people of Israel. In the lawsuit, claimed that Natalie's publication was false, but now she called right-wing MKs Nazis. I filed a police complaint against Shikma because such a statement is dangerous to the people of Israel. This is incitement to murder.''

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