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Graffiti found in Or Akiva: 'Mandelblit is a collaborator'

Mandelblit's father's grave was vandalized in late December by unknown people and for unknown reasons, Hadashot TV reported.

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu listens to Avichai Mandelblit (photo credit: ABIR SULTAN/POOL/VIA REUTERS)
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu listens to Avichai Mandelblit
(photo credit: ABIR SULTAN/POOL/VIA REUTERS)
Vandals left graffiti with messages threatening Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit in the northern Israeli city of Or Akiva, according to a Ynet News report Wednesday.
"Mandelblit is a collaborator," the graffiti read.Yesh Atid MK Karine Elharrar tweeted about the vandalism, blaming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government for the incident.
"Don't say we didn't know who did this," Elharrar wrote. "This is a campaign of incitement and delegitimization carried out by the ruling party."

The graffiti follows Mandelblit's announcement that he will make a decision concerning Netanyahu's indictment before the upcomng elections to take place April 9.
Mandelblit said that "it was an obligation to decide" before the election so that the voters would have all of the information possible when they went to voting booths.
Netanyahu’s lawyers slammed the possibility of a pre-election decision as being unjust. They also responded to the report, saying that if Mandelblit issues a decision prior to the election, “it would cause injustice to the will of voters and gravely harm the democratic process.”
Mandelblit's father's grave was vandalized in late December by unknown people and for unknown reasons, Hadashot TV reported.

Yonah Jeremy Bob contributed to this report.

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