Knesset security bans Peace Now's Oppenheimer from entering premises

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October 26, 2009 10:46

 
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Peace Now secretary-general Yariv Oppenheimer will be prohibited from entering the Knesset premises, according to a Monday decision by Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin. The announcement came after Peace Now activists posing as students attempted to persuade right-wing MKs to release statements that would be used to portray Israel's political Right negatively in a documentary. The activists were detained after MK Michael Ben-Ari (NU) and his aide became suspicious of the nature of the questions posed to him by the "students."

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