Prof. Amir Hatzroni, who is known for not sparing criticism and voicing his unpopular views, to say the least, was a guest tonight (Monday) on a program on Ashdod’s local television channel that broadcasts “Online TV” on Facebook.
The broadcast took place outside a business in Ashdod in front of a small audience, when a chair was suddenly thrown at a courtyard that hit his head and he began to bleed. The presenters, Chen Asur and Kobi Suissa were stunned. “Wow what are you crazy about?” Kobi who grabbed my yard responded and added, “I’m closing the broadcast.”
According to those present at the scene, the chair was thrown at him after he said that he would not stand at the siren in memory of the victims of the Israeli military operations.
In a video published later, Prof. Hatzroni said: “Monkeys that were supposed to stay in caves, that’s what I get here in Ashdod. Kibinimt. ”
On his Twitter page, Hatzroni wrote: “I was just attacked during a photo shoot in Ashdod by a second generation of cavemen who came without a selection thanks to a Jewish grandfather. Next time you think selection is a bad word. “
Hatzroni announced that he had approached the police to file a complaint.
I was just attacked during filming in Ashdod by a second generation of cavemen who came without a selection thanks to a Jewish grandfather.
Next time you think selection is a bad word pic.twitter.com/1MkAfS9D1c
– Amir Hetsroni (@AmirHetsroni) May 2, 2022
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