The Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group threatens the life of far-right Otzma Yehudit leader Itamar Ben Gvir, who responds by promising to crush the terror group.
Islamic Jihad warns that Ben Gvir’s “fate will be the same as that of Rehavam Ze’evi, the proponent of transfer.”
Ze’evi, who advocated for the transfer of Arabs out of Israel, was assassinated by Palestinian terrorists in 2001 while serving as tourism minister.
In response, Ben Gvir says that the “threats of a terror organization won’t deter me. We are determined to restore security to Israel.”
Ben Gvir calls for the immediate establishment of a right-wing government so that “we can crush the Islamic Jihad.”