Protesters near US consulate in J'lem: Don't extend freeze

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July 6, 2010 19:25

 
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About 30 members of the activities committee of the Binyamin and Shomron Council protested outside the US Consulate in Jerusalem on Tuesday as Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with US President Barack Obama in Washington.

The protestors called on Netanayhu not to extend the ten month moratorium on construction in West Bank settlements that is scheduled to end in September.

Protestors held up signs with slogans such as "Bibi is trampling the settlements" at the demonstartion.

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