MKs and family members say they received threatening letters from group calling itself the ‘Israeli Revengers’

Knesset Speaker Amir Ohana says he has asked the Shin Bet to investigate reports from several members of the government that they or their families have received threatening letters in the mail from an unknown organization calling itself the “Israeli Revengers,” in which they are informed that one of their loved ones will be harmed as revenge for the failures that led to the October 7 Hamas massacre in southern Israel.

Among those who are said to have received the letter are Likud MK Tali Gotliv, the brother of Likud MK Moshe Saada and the mother of Otzma Yehudit MK Yitzhak Wasserlauf.

On Friday, Gotliv shared an image of the letter she alleged she had received in the mail, writing on X that “if a left-wing person were to receive the letter that was delivered with my private mail, they would have a security guard stationed at their door.”

As per images shared on social media of the letters, each one features the Star of David with a fist punching out of the side at the top of the page, with the caption “Jewish revengers, never forget!” written underneath.

The contents of the letters appear to vary slightly from recipient to recipient but have the same underlying message — a threat to harm a loved one in retaliation for October 7.

“We will locate one of your family members whom we will manage to harm without being discovered,” the text of one of the letters shared on social media reads. “We believe that the blame for October 7 largely lies with the coalition of October 6, of whom almost no one was harmed on a personal or familial level by this war. An attack on you is a fair price for each Member of Knesset to personally pay,” it expounds.

The anonymous group also claims to have exacted revenge “against family members of Palestinian terrorists” for the October 7 terror onslaught, but that it is now ready to advance its plans in the Jewish sector.


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