Left-wing activist gets 3 months for illegal protest

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December 27, 2010 13:18

 
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Left-wing activist Jonathan Pollak was sentenced to three months in jail for taking part in an illegal cycle ride through the streets of Tel Aviv in protest against Operation Cast Lead.

"From the arrest itself to the indictment, this has been a political case," he said Sunday, according to British paper, The Independent.

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