Photo: Michael Omer-Man A social justice activist set himself on fire on Tel Aviv's Kaplan Street on Saturday night during a rally, police said. Paramedics rushed the man, later named as 46-year-old Moshe Silman, to the Ichilov Medical Center, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.
He poured flammable material on himself before setting himself alight, Rosenfeld said. Read the rest on: The Jerusalem Post
Google Translation: Comment on 'Israel Today' Hebrew article:
Israel today to censor the swearing protester sparked a letter to Netanyahu himselfBy: David Abraham, a Walla!Sunday, July 15, 2012, 10:56FacebookTwitterReport on the incident, the newspaper did not publish the letter of Moses lines Silman, which he blames Prime Minister Netanyahu and Finance Minister Steinitz in his position, calling them "bastards". Newspaper declined to commentTags: Israel Today, social protest, Moses SilmanClick to enlarge to make the difference between the original letter that was published in Israel today (Illustration: System and Walla!)Click to enlarge to make the difference between the original letter that was published in Israel today (Illustration: System and Walla!)Newspaper "Israel Today" censored part of the letter of Moses Silman, protester sparked up last night (Saturday) at Tel Aviv protest, accusing the Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz condition. Graphic editing erased by two rows of letter paper, which is a scan of part of it was taken this morning in the paper reporting the incident.Before igniting himself, divided Silman the letter which he wrote "The State of Israel stole me and robbed me, left me penniless," later wrote: "I hold the State of Israel, Bibi Netanyahu and Steinitz bastards the humiliation citizens are disadvantaged to go through every day, taking from the poor and let the rich and government workers. "Israel Today "show the relevant parts of the letter, but another version:" I hold the State of Israel, the humiliation of disadvantaged citizens go through every day, taking from the poor and give to the rich and government employees. " The names of Prime Minister Netanyahu, as well as Finance Minister - held out the letter and were not brought.Newspaper "Israel Today" declined to comment.
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Deu 18:15 Yahweh Eloheicha (your Elohim) will raise up unto thee a Navi (prophet) from among thee, of thy achim (bretheren), kamoni (like me.....