Gush Shalom appeals 'Boycott Law' at High Court

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July 12, 2011 15:24

 
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Activist Uri Avneri and the Gush Shalom peace movement appealed to the High Court on Tuesday in a request to cancel the "Boycott Law" which was approved late Monday night.

According to the petition, which was submitted by Attorneys Gabi Laski and Nuri Ramati, Gush Shalom claimed that the law violates the basic principles of democracy.

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