"We Will Not be Second Class"

Amsalem 'explodes' at the opposition: "We will not be second class"

Minister Dudi Amsalem strongly criticized the opposition and stated: "We will pass the reform because it is important for the people of Israel." He further added and criticized, "The right-wing will go out to protest, and you will stay at home."

Amsalem attacks (photo: Yonatan Sindel, Flash 90)

Minister Dudi Amsalem, from the Ministry of Justice, launched a sharp attack today (Tuesday) on opposition members of the Knesset and argued that despite everything, the coalition will pass the legal reform.

The Minister from the Likud stated, "Amsalem Dudi will never be second class. In my worldview, I have no life if I am second class. Even in South Africa, the whites lost in the end. We will never be second class no matter what, even if we have to fight with you until the end. You are destroying the country."

Dudi Amsalem attacks the opposition (Photo: Knesset Channel)

"Everyone is subject to the law except the High Court and the legal advisor"

Amsalem continued to criticize the Knesset members from the left, saying, "I don't have yachts in Herzliya, and I don't have buildings in Azrieli. Only you will lose, you wealthy people will lose. We are defending you, and you are demeaning us. I did reserve duty so that you could protect your billions. Let the right go out to protest; you will stay at home."

(Photo: Yonatan Sindel, Flash 90)

In summary, the minister made it clear: "In the end, this is a democratic country, and ultimately, the people decide, a concept that you do not accept. I want to inform you that we will continue with the reform because it is necessary for the people of Israel, and you will not threaten us, not with the army, not with your money, and not with roadblocks because, in the end, it is a state of law, and everyone is subject to the law except for the High Court and the Legal Advisor, only they are above the law."

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