Almagor Terror Victims Association protests release of Palestinian prisoners

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August 11, 2013 10:16

 
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Leading into a noon showdown before the High Court of Justice, the Almagor Terror Victims Association on Sunday was currently holding a protest and march on Mount Herzl against the release of 104 of the worst Palestinian prisoners with "blood on their hands," planned to take place on Tuesday.

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