Peace Now: Levy outpost report is a political manifesto

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 9, 2012 12:16

 
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Peace Now director-general Yariv Oppenheimer on Monday slammed the composition, findings and recommendations of the Levy Committee that found Israeli settlement in the West Bank is legal under international law and that the government avoid demolishing illegal outposts. "No jurist in the world would refer to this political manifesto a serious report," he told Channel 10.

The committee, Oppenheimer said, was created by the Israeli Right, who made efforts affect the selection of its members.

"The conclusion that there is no occupation proves that the committee members are living in continuous denial," he added.

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