"The People Are With You"

An MK from religious Zionism came to strengthen Wasserlauf: 'The people are with you'

Zvi Sukkot, came to visit Minister Wasserlauf and strengthened him following the demonstrations and violations of the order held in front of his house by left-wing protesters. Sukkot said: "They haven't decided yet whether they want us in Samaria or Tel Aviv, don't be afraid and don't shy away"

Minister Yitzhak Wasserlauf (Photo by Yonatan Zindel, Flash90.)

Member of Knesset Zvi Sukkot arrived last night (Tuesday) for a strengthening visit to the Minister of the Negev, the Galilee, and National Resilience, MK Yitzhak Wasserlauf, following the demonstrations by left-wing activists in front of his new home in northern Tel Aviv.

In several cases in recent weeks, government opponents arrived outside Wasserlauf's home and began shouting, harassing, and creating loud noise along with hanging signs against him in the nearby streets. Last Saturday, the left-wing activists intensified the measures and chased after the minister, on his way to pray in the synagogue.

Sukkot to Wasserlauf: "Do not be afraid and do not shy away"

MK Sukkot who came to support Wasserlauf, said: "The people of the extreme left here in Tel Aviv are sieging the house of Minister Wasserlauf, my dear friend. They have not yet decided whether they want us in Samaria or in Tel Aviv and are making a mess. So I am here to strengthen my dear friend, Minister Wasserlau, The people of Israel are with you. Don't be afraid and don't shy away, We continue together all the way, to do what we need to do."

Minister Yitzhak Wasserlauf thanked MK Sukkot for the visit and added: "We will not be deterred, we will continue to do what is necessary to keep the Jewish and democratic State of Israel."

Wasserlauf: "They told my son - 'Your father is a terrorist'"

Last night Minister Wasserlauf was interviewed and told about the steps the protesters are taking under his house. In an interview he gave to Yaakov Bardugo and Doron Cohen on Radio Galei Israel, Wasserlauf said: "Last Saturday something happened that shocked me, My little son is standing at the window on the first floor where I live, when the neighbors who are protesting are standing about ten meters from him, they look him in the eye and say to him, 'Your father is a terrorist.' Then everyone shouts in chorus: 'Wasserlauf is a terrorist' 'Wasserlauf is a terrorist' The children hear everything and it just shocked me."

"I don't want to say what happened next..., I do want to say that they won't weaken me. They will not harm my family, and I will stay here because they will not decide where a Jew will live in the State of Israel."

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