Peace Now harshly condemns right-wing anti-Obama campaign

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June 3, 2009 21:13

 
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Peace Now harshly criticized on Wednesday night the right-wing campaign against US President Barack Obama, saying that the anti-Obama posters and demonstrations would considerably damage the current friendship between America and Israel. "The radical Right is damaging our strategic alliance with the US, and is embarrassing Israel in front of the world," the organization said in a statement. "[Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu] must renounce this campaign of the settlers at once, and act decisively against the hilltop youth and those who are breaking the law in the settlements."

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