Peace Now director resigns from post, will continue to help organization

September 20, 2015 19:02


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Yariv Oppenheimer, Executive Director of Peace Now, will cease to serve as head of the dovish organization, it was announced Sunday.

Oppenheimer, who has been secretary general of the NGO for over 13-years, will continue to assist the organization, and the yet to be announced new CEO, but reportedly will not be involved in administrative matters.

Peace Now is an Israeli based NGO and activist group that advocates and promotes the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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