"I Sobered Up"

The Ultra-Orthodox Leftist Admits: "After 7/10 I Sobered Up"

The ultra-Orthodox jurist, media personality Dov Halbertal, admits in a short conversation that after October 7th he sobered up: "I was one of the leaders of the concept to give Hamas everything so that Gaza would become Singapore."

(Photo: Chaim Goldberg/Flash 90)

The ultra-Orthodox media and jurist, lawyer Dov Halbertal, criticizes the sign posted at the entrance to the Hebrew University and admits: "I was one of the leaders of the concept. I sobered up."

Halbertal published a video in which he says: "When you enter the Hebrew University on the first day of school, there are signs: 'Learn to live together.' Arabs and Jews together. The surrender of the academy is unbelievable. Instead of having signs saying 'Together we will win', 'We are with you, the fighters', leaning towards the Arabs while soldiers are being killed in Gaza, they come to study with their heads held high. Apparently the academy has no solution."

Can we say that you too sobered up?

In a very big way. Very much so. I was one of the leaders of the concept to give Hamas in Gaza a port and an airport, everything to turn it into Singapore.

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