Violence and vandalism on the pitches are lawlessness

by time news

The photos that were published in ONE after the game between Maccabi Haifa and Hapoel Tel Aviv, in which Maccabi Tel Aviv’s 11 standings in Bloomfield were vandalized by Green fans who committed particularly ugly vandalism, continue to provoke waves in Israeli sports.

The person who addressed this now was the mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo, Ron Huldai, Who uploaded the photos to his personal Twitter account and referred it to government officials: “Violence and vandalism on the football fields are lawlessness that must be stopped. “Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Minister of Internal Security Omer Bar-Lev and Minister of Culture and Sports Hili Trooper – until when.”

As you may recall, the green crowd left the stand itself with a number of broken chairs, the cheering platform was demolished and left broken, but the ugliest sights were seen after the game in the women’s restroom. There, on the walls and in the mirror, were found various inscriptions left by Maccabi Haifa fans, including “Nazis,” “Ghetto 11,” “Sluts,” “Prostitutes in Yellow,” and other inscriptions.


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