'This despicable terrorist must die'

MK Smotrich visits family of Ori Ansbacher, says she must be the last terror victim.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Bezalel Smotrich
Bezalel Smotrich
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National Union chairman MK Bezalel Smotrich on Monday paid a condolence visit to the family of 19-year-old Ori Ansbacher, who was brutally murdered by a terrorist from Hevron last week.

Following the visit, Smotrich published a post on Facebook in which he called on the government to ensure that Ori is the last murder victim.

“We came out of a difficult and emotional visit at the home of the family of Ori Ansbacher, a strong and unique family. We heard all about Ori.”

“The message that has to come out of here is that Ori must be the last one and in order for Ori to be the last one, we must deter,” wrote Smotrich.

“This despicable terrorist must die, his home must be destroyed, and his family must be deported here and now, without the High Court and without B'Tselem. Simply because our lives come first.”

“I support the prime minister's decision to at last bring before the Cabinet this Sunday the implementation of the law to offset the salaries of terrorists from the PA.”

“I call on him not to listen to the threats and intimidation of the security establishment, which unfortunately since the Oslo Accords has been dependent on the Palestinian Authority. This dependence of ours on the PA is dangerous for the State of Israel and its citizens. We do not need the PA and they will not threaten us,” declared Smotrich.

“If the PA collapses, let it collapse, we will take responsibility. A Palestinian Authority that incites to terrorism, which pays the salaries of terrorists, and then brings about more and more and more bereaved families and condolence visits, is not viable,” he concluded.