Rabbi Elyakim Levanon, the Shomron Regional Council’s chief rabbi and a leader of the religious Zionism movement, came out against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday. “Whoever raises a hand on Migron will have it cut off and the prime minister should know that,” he said. [...]
Speaking to Ynet, the rabbi explained he was not inciting against the prime minister but had meant “for the heavens” to make his words “come true.”
What a disgraceful thing to say. That kind of rhetoric sounds eerily familiar, too.