Justice Ministry condemns hate video against Shai Nitzan

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January 10, 2011 14:24

 
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The Justice Ministry on Monday condemned the incitement against Shai Nitzan who has become the target of a video circulating the Internet which reportedly called for his murder.

"This video clip represents an further negative blow in the phenomenon of incitement against public figures, who carry out their roles professionally," a statement read.

"Police have already begun an investigation into the incident with the help of the relevant security sources," the Justice Ministry said.

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