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Politicians and religious leaders strongly condemned the crime of hatred in Ramat Hasharon, where on Friday he reached the pig head at the door of the local Orthodox synagogue.
Interior Minister Aryeh Derry said he was "shocked at the bottom [his] soul "from what he called" despise and punish the crime of hatred ".
He continued to explain that if such a thing happened in any other country in the world, "everyone would scream and complain." He called the police to hit the responsible ones.
Beit Yehudi MK Moti Yogev said that the secular community is concerned with promoting religious content in the educational system [Hadata] "turned into an incitement campaign."
Yogev said that his father, who came to Israel from the Holocaust, "would not have believed that he would see such an anti-Semitic view in the state of Israel." Yogev warned that leaders in the secular Zionist camp must "test themselves to see if they did not go too far in efforts to free Israel's Israel from the heart of their children."
Dr. Yizhar Hess, the leader of the Israeli Conservative Movement, said who placed the head of the pig on the door of the synagogue "
He stated that in Jewish Jewish history they were often humiliated because they were forced to touch or eat pigs, Hess said that "this morning the red line crossed" and expressed the belief that "the Jews do this thing to their brothers".
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He also said that while there is a legitimate struggle in matters of religion and the state, "such as the fight against Hadat"
"such an evil act is not related to such a fight," he said.
Beit Yehudi MK and Deputy Defense Secretary Eli Ben Dahan said on Twitter that "80 years after Kristallnacht's anti-Semitism is marked by Israel".
"The current incitement against Orthodox Jews in Ramat Hasharon has grown today," he said, "in the form of a pig head,
before the synagogue. Now it's time to stop. "
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