Palestinian PM called cop 'dog' after being pulled over for reckless driving

An Israeli official confirmed to Ynet that Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah's driver was pulled over due to reckless driving. The source said that once the police officers realized that the prime minister was inside the vehicle they tried to let them go quickly,

but Hamdallah insisted that they would all remain parked until the officers apologized.


After a short period of time one of the officers apologized to Hamdallah about pulling them over and then let them drive away. The official also said that the Palestinian prime minister swore at one of the police officers calling him a "dog" and said that he was standing in occupied territory. (Elior Levy)