"I Will Never Do This Again"

The left wing activist regrets: An inappropriate act; very ashamed of myself

After sparking significant anger following a picture he posted on his Twitter account, the left wing activist, Uri Breitman, deleted the tweet, clarified, and issued an apology: "I will never do this again"

The left wing activist and Tweeter, Uri Breitman, caused a significant uproar on the internet after he posted a picture on his Twitter account of an elderly ultra-Orthodox man collecting charity and wrote: "This is what happens when you don't study core subjects."

Breitman's words sparked significant outrage on the internet, with many responses arguing that core studies are not a guarantee to escape a life of poverty, and that there are many charity collectors who are not ultra-Orthodox.

As time passed and the attacks against Breitman grew stronger, he realized his mistake. After several tweets clarifying his intention, he deleted the original tweet.

"I deleted a tweet that received very negative responses, without intending it," explained Breitman. "I deleted it because I truly wasn't understood. It pains me to see an elderly charity collector on the street. It really hurts from the bottom of my heart. It hurts me even more to see the malicious interpretations of many people in Israeli society. If no one understands your intention, you delete it. So, I deleted it. To be continued."

This tweet by Breitman also stirred up the internet, and many users did not accept his apology, arguing that he only retracted his statement after hearing about the photographed man's military service.

Breitman responded to this by saying, "I deleted long before I read about his military service. I deleted because it was a very inappropriate and inhumane act. I am very ashamed of myself. And I will never do it again."

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