MK Michaeli faces death threats after 'muezzin bill'

December 21, 2011 14:53


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MK Anastasia Michaeli (Israel Beiteinu) has faced death threats, following her proposal of a bill that would reduce the sound of the Muslim call to prayer.

Knesset Security Forces announced Wednesday that it is investigating the incident and guarding Michaeli. The Israel Beiteinu MK has given all threatening material to Knesset Security.

Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin condemned the incident, saying that he instructed security forces to do everything they can to make sure MKs are safe while doing their jobs.

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