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Hospital nurse suspended after inciting to 'take down' Netanyahu

Assuta Hospital nurse suspended after posting incitement to murder PM on FB: 'Hire a killer to take him down; there's no other way.'

Mordechai Sones,

Netanyahu speaks at Assuta Hospital
Netanyahu speaks at Assuta Hospital
Flash 90

An Assuta Hospital nurse incited to murder Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and was suspended from her job.

In a Facebook post, nurse Yael referred to the Knesset elections: "Our victory is on the line," she writes, explaining the danger to her election triumph: "Bibi's still alive. He hopes to go for a third time. He wants it.

"Rivlin's already collecting recommendations today to decide who will receive the coalition mandate first. Gantz must be first. I hope he's not stupid and he understands that."

Yael further writes that if Netanyahu promotes a third election campaign "the President will have no choice to stop this lowlife," as the nurse describes the Prime Minister of the State of Israel.

The medical professional continues: "You can hire some killer to take him down. There's no other way. Where is this killer who murdered Rabin, the one with the kippah on his head? I write in the height of seriousness. You ask who's better, the Arabs or the Dosim [derogatory, 'religious'], but we must fight for democracy."

Facebook did not deem it necessary to remove the post inciting to murder. Assuta Hospital said in response: "We in Assuta view such statements very strongly against any person. The employee was immediately suspended until the investigation is completed."