Right-wing extremists Noam Federman and Itamar Ben-Gvir aren’t known for their good manners, to say the least. Which is why it isn’t much of a surprise to see these two heckle Israeli Justice Minister Yaakov Neeman while praying at one of the holiest (and controversial) Jewish (and Muslim) sites around, the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
The two are angry due to the recent interrogation of Kiryat Arba Rabbi Dov Lior, on suspicion of incitement. Federman (the first heckler) and Ben Gvir accuse Neeman of being bossed around by the Deputy Attorney General, Shai Nitzan and allowing the detainment of one of their leading mentors.
In Hebrew, people without limits, extremists, or those who fear nothing are sometimes called people “without God” (ein lahem elohim).
These two, obviously, have no elohim.