Im Tirtzu uses shock tactics to encourage right-wing voting

The video puts forward a news broadcast, which shows what Israel could look like in five years if a Palestinian state is established because a left-wing government is voted into power.

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April 8, 2019 14:00
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Im Tirtzu uses shock tactics to encourage right-wing voting

A screenshot of the simulated closure of the Western Wall to Jews. (photo credit: screenshot)

A shock-tactic video from right-wing group Im Tirtzu is being circulated in a bid to encourage Israelis to vote for the Right in Tuesday's election.

The video puts forward a news broadcast, which shows what Israel could look like in five years if a Palestinian state is established because a left-wing government is voted into power.

The presenter in the pre-election video, named Maayan Adam – a news anchor for Channel 12, reports on rocket attacks on Tel Aviv from Deir Ballut - a village in the West Bank, as well as RPG fire and incendiary balloons grounding flights at Ben-Gurion Airport, and the closure of Highway 6 due to terror-related riots.

In the broadcast, the road allegedly had reportedly not been used in six months due to the riots.



The video also simulates the closure of the Western Wall for Jews because President Donald Trump's "Deal of the Century" gave the Palestinians the right "to administer the city." A large red sign warning that there is no passage for Jews into the holy site also stands at the Western Walls entrance.

At the video's conclusion, Adam states that "this is the news that we might be seeing in the near future if we don't vote in the upcoming elections for parties whose DNA is against dismantling Jewish communities and dividing Jerusalem."

On YouTube, Im Tirtzu appeals to viewers to take a "grim" look into Israel's future "should an Israeli government be elected that is in favor of dividing Jerusalem, expelling Jews from their homes, and establishing a Palestinian Arab state."


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