Sneh accused Weiss and fellow activists of carrying out “pogroms” and “threatening to ignite all of Judea and Samaria.” Weiss “leads people to rebel and openly incites against the state of Israel,” Sneh alleged. “It cannot be that someone who stands at the head of armed, anti-state forces and threatens soldiers will be allowed to walk freely and spread poison openly, in front of television cameras, as if there was no law in Israel,” he said.
He called on Barak to charge Weiss with incitement to violence, violating an IDF order, disrupting soldiers as they carried out an order, sedition, and “many other crimes”.Helmeted Yassamniks arrest Weiss in Beit HaShalom. A few moments later, Ephraim Sneh enters, dressed in black and breathing heavily.
Weiss: Lord Sneh, I should have known. Only you could be so bold. The Knesset will not sit for this, when they hear you've attacked an official –
Sneh: Don't play games with me, Your Highness. You weren't on any mercy mission this time. You passed directly through a closed military zone. (Picks up Weiss' confiscated cell phone) Several calls were made to this phone by Rebel spies. I want to know what happened to the plans they sent you.
Weiss: I don't know what you're talking about. I'm a member of the Kedumim Local Council on an official mission to Hevron –
Sneh: You're a part of the Rebel Alliance, and a traitor. Take her away!
Afterward, Sneh and Barak threaten to destroy "illegal outposts" as Weiss is force to watch, unless she reveals to them the location of the secret Rebel base...(courtesy of Lurker)
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