Rotem, Eldad call for incitement inquiry into Judd Ne'eman

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July 7, 2011 17:41

 
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MKs David Rotem (Israel Beiteinu) and Arye Eldad (National Union) called for director and teacher Yehuda (Judd) Ne'eman to be investigated for incitement on Thursday.

Ne'eman made headlines on Wednesday after saying in a Galei Israel interview: "What we need here is a war between settlers and the left to solve the problems in Israel. There's no other way."

Eldad called for the police to investigate Ne'eman, who won the Israel Prize for Cinema in 2009, for incitement and sedition.

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