An Israeli court this Sunday forced Yair Netanyahu, the son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to delete a message on Twitter with personal information about the leaders of the protests that have been going on across the country for weeks and are demanding his father’s resignation because of his management the coronavirus crisis and the corruption litigation he is facing.
Yair Netanyahu, 29, wrote on Twitter on Thursday: “I invite everyone to protest day and night (the Supreme Court says this is allowed) in the homes of these people who are organizing this anarchy in the country for all of us in these last weeks. “
The young Netanyahu attached a court document with the names, addresses, and phone numbers of five activists who complained to the Court of First Instance in Jerusalem that supporters of Yair Netanyahu’s Twitter account had made phone calls that threatened them. and they entered the courtyard of one of them without permission.
Judge Dorit Feinstein decided that the writing of the message and the publication of the document together constitute “incitement to harassment”. “I order the accused to remove the tweet,” he wrote in his decision.