The nephew of soldier Avraham Bromberg, who was murdered in 1980 by terrorist Maher Younes who was released on Thursday morning from prison after serving his sentence, met with National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir and thanked him for his many efforts to prevent celebrations of support for the terrorist on the occasion of his release.
Ben Gvir said, "I directed the police to take decisive action against those supporters of terrorism, who embrace murderers. And as of now, the police, God willing, are in control of the situation, enforcing the law in Wadi Ara as well. This is proof that the police, when they want to, they can."
"I hope that they will continue this policy in the coming days as well. No support for terrorism, no show of sympathy for a despicable murderer and an unequivocal statement that there is law and there is justice and the law is also enforced in Wadi Ara," added Ben Gvir.
Avi Bromberg, Avraham's nephew, said, "I want to say a big thank you to the minister. The policy of the Israeli government, which comes down to the Israel Police, is proving itself on the ground. It had no equal in previous governments and really, even in the midst of struggles, we should stop for a moment and say thank you."
"The new policy is felt on the ground and I have no doubt that together with the new policy and a broad spectrum of 106 members of the Knesset who are currently leading legislation to revoke the citizenship of the murderers, in a few weeks we will be in a different reality. A reality in which the Israeli government says clearly and once, that terrorists are not citizens of the country."