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Israeli politicians strongly condemned the hate crime in Ramat HaSharon, where a pig head was discovered on Friday at the local synagogue door.
Interior Minister Aryeh Deri said he was "shocked at the bottom [his] the soul "of what he called" the devious and repressive hate crime ".
He continued to explain that, if such a thing had happened in any other country in the world, "we would all shout and yell." He called on the police to arrest those responsible.
Beit Yehudi MK Moti Yogev said the concern in the secular community on promoting religious content in the education system [Hadata] "turned into an incentive campaign."
Yogis said his father, who came to Israel before the Holocaust, "would not believe he would see such an anti-Semitic view in the Israeli state." Yogis warned that leaders in a secular Zionist camp must "examine themselves to see if they were not too far away in their efforts to cut off the Tura Israel from the hearts of their children."
Head of Conservative Movement Dr. Yizahar Hass called whoever put the pig's head on the door of the synagogue "wicker".
He pointed out that Jews were often humiliated by forcing them to touch pigs or eat them, Hass said that "this red line crossed this morning" and expressed the disbelief that "Jews do such a thing for their own brothers."
He also said that although there is a legitimate struggle on issues related to religion and the state, "such as the struggle against Hadate," "such a criminal act has no connection with such a struggle," he said.
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"The incessant encouragement of Orthodox Jews in Ramat HaSharon today escalated," he said, "in the form of a pig head placed in front of the synagogue, and now it has to be stopped."
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