Gantz: Protest is legitimate, but laws and rules must be kept

Head of the National Unity party Minister Benny Gantz holds a press conference at the Knesset in Jerusalem, March 13, 2024. (Yonatan Sindel/ Flash90)
Head of the National Unity party Minister Benny Gantz holds a press conference at the Knesset in Jerusalem, March 13, 2024. (Yonatan Sindel/ Flash90)

National Unity party head Benny Gantz also comes out against violence at yesterday’s protests in Jerusalem.

“Unity is the key to our future. We cannot accept violence from any side. We can not accept people ignoring police instructions and breaking through barriers as we saw yesterday night in Jerusalem,” he says. “Protest is legitimate, the pain is understandable, but the law and rules must be kept.”

“We mustn’t return to October 6,” he says, referring to the period of intense public unrest prior to the Hamas attacks.

Most Popular