"There is No Limit"

Netanyahu attacks: "There is no limit on the part of the extremists on the left"

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu strongly criticized left-wing organizations and Kaplan protesters who disrupted the annual prayers throughout the city of Tel Aviv

( Olivier Fitoussi/Flash90)

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu strongly criticized the left-wing protesters who disrupted the traditional Yom Kippur prayers throughout the city of Tel Aviv, condemning their actions and stating, "There is no barrier to hatred from the extreme left."

Prime Minister Netanyahu strongly criticized left-wing organizations and protesters who disrupted the traditional Yom Kippur prayers in HaBima Square and Kikar HaMedina in Tel Aviv as he broke the Yom Kippur fast. The Prime Minister issued a response to the challenging events in which the prayers were disrupted in the city by left-wing protesters.

In his shocked response, the Prime Minister said, "The people of Israel sought to unite on Yom Kippur with requests for forgiveness, reconciliation, and unity within us. To our astonishment, it was precisely in the Jewish state, on the holiest day for the Jewish people, left-wing protesters acted disruptively against Jews during their prayers."

The Prime Minister added and said, "It seems there are no boundaries, no norms, and no restraint to the hatred from the extreme left. I, like most Israeli citizens, condemn this. There is no place for such violent behavior among us."

The Prime Minister's response came after Opposition Leader Lapid's statement, in which he criticized the worshippers and the organizers and expressed support for the protesters in Tel Aviv.

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