JERUSALEM, Wednesday, December 22, 2021 (WAFA) - Far-right Israeli Member of the Knesset Itamar Ben Gvir today evening threatened at gunpoint two Palestinians while they were working in Tel Aviv, according to WAFA correspondent.
Two young Palestinians who were identified as Mohammed Issa and Mohammed Shwaiki, both in their early 20s, were threatened at gunpoint by Israeli MK, Itamar Ben Gvir, while they were working in Tel Aviv.
Shwaiki told WAFA that Itamar Ben Gvir stepped out of a vehicle and began shouting profanities and yelling anti-Arab and Palestinian slurs at them and tried to physically attack them before asking his escort to bring his weapon which he pointed at their faces.
He said that Itamar Ben Gvir called the Israeli police, telling them that there are two Palestinian dogs threatening and beating me up.
Shwaiki noted that they videotaped the whole incident, where Mohammed Issa can be heard telling Itamar Ben Gvir "you pulled your weapon on me, everything is videotaped, I didn’t do anything to you."
Ben Gvir said in a press interview yesterday that the Israeli government "must take revenge on the terrorists in prisons, and assassinate the terrorists in the West Bank, as well as in Lod and Ramla, inside Israel."