The video ends with viewers being prompted in large capitals to "WITHDRAW THE CONTROL."
defended it in a statement.
"Regardless of your thoughts on the video, there are facts that can not be ignored," he said. "This has never been a religious matter. It's about right and wrong.
He added that "anyone who dares to talk about overdevelopment, corruption or education is immediately labeled anti-Semitic.
Ed Day, the Republican district executive, acknowledged this The tone of the video was "unacceptable," adding that he had asked the county party to turn it off.
"I have great respect for our Jewish neighbors and want them to know that as their district leader, I will always do it against hatred one, "he said. "That said, the over-development concerns are accurate, well-founded and urgently needed to be addressed, but this must be done in a manner that is free of rhetoric and rancor."
Mr. Again, the Democratic legislator in the Republican video said the ultra-Orthodox electoral bloc disagreed with support for development projects in the region, but was used as a scapegoat for overdevelopment.
"I was sad to see that my face was used in this terrible video," he said, adding, "I am against overdevelopment myself."