Shaked to Smotrich: "How many lies will you continue to spread?"

Shaked responds to Smotrich calling her "two-faced". Amit Segal from Channel 12 claims Bennett has no backbone due to his silence.

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Ayelet Shaked
Ayelet Shaked
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Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked (Yamina) responded last night (Sunday) to a tweet published by MK Bezalel Smotrich (Religious Zionism) accusing Shaked of being "two-faced."

Shaked wrote in response: '' How many lies will you continue to spread? It was you who overthrew the Citizenship Law, you sold the 'immigration' spin, the Electricity Law goes through a limited outline and the demand to open the balancing grants came from the heads of Judea and Samaria including your confidant Yisrael Malachi who told me: 'I will explain to everyone, this is a historic opportunity, please do It'. Instead of tweeting about it, talk to him."

Earlier, Smotrich wrote: "Who are you right-wingers who are still buying Shaked's double-facedness? She is strengthened in this government, surrenders to the Citizenship Law, surrenders to the Electricity Law, surrenders to the establishment of three more settlements and the continued abandonment of the Bedouin in the Negev, surrenders and changes the formula of balancing grants to transfer billions to the Islamic movement, and you buy her "right-wing" act?"

News commentator Amit Segal from Channel 12 on Friday referred to attempts to pass a law against former Prime Minister Netanyahu and thus strengthen the legal system's power against elected public figures.

"It seems that the conditions of entry into this government are a complete neglect of all your positions," Segal attacked. "What is all the surprise over Ayelet Shaked? Although she said she will not sit with Ra'am and did, will not sit with Tibi and did, will not sit with Meretz and did, will not sit with Ibtisam Mara'ana and did, but the isssues you mentioned now, they were her original positions. Gideon Sa'ar has nothing to asnwer for, he was interviewed on the eve of the election and said he was considering supporting this law."

"The main argument is against Naftali Bennett's silence on this issue. The law will not be Netanyahu's Law, but the Mandelblit Law or the next Attorney General of Israel Law, and the question is whether we will entrust millions of citizens to one official, and more so when this official is someone who for years said that he [himself] was being framed."

Segal stressed: '' I oppose this law, it's a bitter mistake, but me and you aside, Naftali Bennett - at the end of the day right wing means, among other things, opposition to one senior official, no matter his rank, determining the fate of millions. How do I know? Because Naftali Bennett himself said so."

"The fact that Bennett is now silent raises very troublesome thoughts about Naftali Bennett's ideological backbone. Did Netanyahu also support this law? It was one of the Likud's most embarrassing moments. To overthrow Ehud Olmert, they agreed to sell their principles.

"In my opinion, it is true that Bennett swallowed a lot from Netanyahu, and it is true that Elkin and Sa'ar came out with tough conclusions from these two years (with Netanyahu), but what is this like? It is like people in the coalition being angry with Avigdor Liberman, and the right-wingers saying [in revenge] 'Come on, lte's evacuate [Liberman's Judean home town],Nokdim,' and this is the meaning of the ideological concession made by Naftali Bennett and, as far as it depends on him, he will do so despite Ayelet Shaked's objections."