Peace Now complains against Im Tirzu over impersonation

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 21, 2012 16:47

 
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The left wing movement Peace Now on Monday filed a complaint to the police against the right-wing movement Im Tirzu, following their activities on Jerusalem Day, Army Radio reported.

According to Peace Now, Im Tirzu activists posed as Peace Now activists and waved Palestinian flags in the name of the movement.

Im Tirzu responded to the complaint saying, "Peace Now is an organization that pretends to be an Israeli organization, yet operates - funded by foreign states - to transfer the sovereignty of the Temple Mount to the Palestinians. Unfortunately, they do not understand that freedom of expression includes the right to ridicule their positions."

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