Activist and attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir of the Otzma Yehudit party spoke to Arutz Sheva on Sunday about the complaint he submitted to Hevron police the previous night, in which he called for an investigation of the radical leftist NGO B'Tselem.
His complaint came after an Arab activist of B'Tselem last Thursday filmed a soldier shooting a wounded Arab terrorist in Hevron, mere minutes after the terrorist and an accomplice stabbed and wounded a soldier. As a result of the video, the soldier was arrested and accused of murder.
"We submitted a complaint yesterday against members of the radical leftist organization B'Tselem," explained Ben-Gvir, outlining the complaint he filed together with Bentzi Gopshtain, director of the Lehava anti-assimilation organization.
"We demand to launch an investigation against those members, who for some reason always are present from their perspective in the 'right place' and at the 'right time,'" he continued, noting on the suspicious presence of the leftist activists at terror attack scenes.
The attorney posed the following question: "how can it be that coincidentally these people always arrive when there are terror attacks, when they are trying to murder Jews?"
"I think there is very strange conduct going on here, and the Hevron police in my opinion have fallen asleep at the wheel."
Ben-Gvir said, "we demand from the police that they mete out justice and check whether there is some sort of coordination."
"You have to remember that the investigators of B'Tselem in Hevron, the majority of them are criminals, terrorists who threw rocks at Jews, and we need to check if there isn't some sort of coordination between them and those who want and try to conduct attacks against Jews."
Just this January activists connected to B'Tselem were found to be involved in getting Arabs executed for selling land to Jews, and in response to the revelation the organization defended the executions.