A member of the Israeli Knesset called Ben-Gvir a “pyromaniac” after his provocative invasion of the Al-Aqsa Mosque this morning.
MK Naama Lazimi strongly opposed Ben-Gvir’s controversial invasion of Al-Aqsa Mosque, who was pressured to abandon his intention in order to prevent escalation.
Naama Lazimi said: “The Commissioner has previously said that Ben-Gvir was the one who provoked the Guardian of the Walls offensive on Gaza and this morning we understand more than ever that the interest of the new minister is not national security, but force for the sake of agitation.”
Lazimi is confident that such agitation “will lead to violence and bloodshed.”
“We must do everything so that this pyromaniac does not threaten national security and does not force us to pay a high price for our provocations,” Lazimi said.
Earlier, the Cursor Info wrote that Ben-Gvir invaded the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and Netanyahu asked Ben-Gvir to postpone it to avoid escalation in the region.