Israeli Defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman warned that occupation regime won’t allow for daily fires from incendiary kites to continue.
During a visit to an Israel Aerospace Industries factory on Monday, Lieberman warned that “if anyone thinks we can carry on with daily (incendiary) kites and fires, he is mistaken.”
Earlier on Sunday, the Israeli official “congratulated” the Ministerial Committee for Legislation on approving the bill that would prohibit documenting occupation soldiers in action.
Israeli soldiers “are under attack by Israel-haters and terror supporters who are looking to humiliate, degrade and harm them. We will put an end to this,” said the Zionist defense minister via his twitter account.
Israeli ministers voted on Sunday in favor of a bill to criminalize the filming and distribution of footages that put soldiers in the occupied West Bank in a negative light.
The bill now will undergo four full rounds of votes in the Israeli parliament before it becomes a law. The first round was scheduled to be held on Wednesday.
The new legislation is sponsored by Robert Ilatov, a lawmaker with the far-right party of “Israel Our Home.”