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A complaint has been filed with the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) and Israel Police following an overt threat to murder Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

A Facebook post published Thursday read, "There is no forgiveness for this angel of destruction. Who is in favor of a lynch on the furniture-seller from Caesarea?"

When one of the comments queried whether the author was calling for the murder of PM Netanyahu, the author responded, "Yes."

Responding to the threat to his life, Netanyahu said, "We must stop this dangerous incitement to murder, and act against it using every means."

Earlier this month, Israel Police arrested a 26-year-old man from Kfar Saba on suspicion that he left a letter containing threats against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the grave of fallen soldier Yoni Netanyahu on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.

The letter, which was found by workers at Mount Herzl, reads, "The clock is ticking backwards, to the date of the 28th of Tishrei, 5784, when your brother, the son of ----- thinks that he will reach the age of 74 - it should be clear that this is a threat of the highest order."