Aharonovitch: Rabbi Lior is not above the law

June 28, 2011 20:26


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Interior Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch (Israel Beiteinu) said on Tuesday that Rabbi Lior is not above the law, and that Israel is a country of the law under a united police force.

Speaking from a tour of Arab villages in the Galilee, Aharonovitch said "I strongly condemn any attack on a public figure, state worker or police officer. They are messengers of the public and are not enemies of the state."

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