Shabtai vs. Ben Gvir: “Protest is a democratic right”

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<p>Israeli Police Chief Kobi Shabtai defends his officers amid attacks from National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, who criticized Jerusalem police for not using force during an anti-government protest last week , and vice versa for the use of force in the demolition of an outpost in Samaria.</p>
<p> In a message to officers, Shabtai said that Israel was “going through a difficult period” and emphasized the duty of the police to enforce the law, prevent crime, “strengthen civilian rules of obedience to the law, to protect people and property, and to maintain public order. — all this “while respecting human rights.”</p>
<p> “We — police for the entire Israeli society. Protest — it is a democratic right”, — Shabtai wrote.</p>
<p> He also stressed his support for the commanders, “provided they act in accordance with the rules of the Israeli police and in accordance with the law.”</p>
<p> “I I expect that you, commanders and officers, will pay special attention to the spirit and values ​​​​of the police, despite the turbulent atmosphere”, & mdash; he added.</p>
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