Now both in Belgium, they vented their frustration over what they saw as abandonment by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s divisive right-wing government, whose hostile policy toward Palestinians is accused of undermining Israel’s security. In a separate safe room, Cherry, her husband Oren and their three children barricaded the door as best they could with a cupboard and chair. I’ll never forget.”“With the Netanyahu government, I will take them out of the Knesset [parliament] myself, with my own hands, I will do that. Poterman highlighted the antagonism of Netanyahu toward Palestinians — the prime minister is allied with far-right parties and his national security minister has convictions for anti-Arab racism. Two days before the attack, Poterman complained a man from the Religious Zionist Party, HaTzionut HaDatit, constructed a hut in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.