Rubenstein demands answers for 'Jewish Ghetto' ad

January 2, 2013 11:29


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Chairman of the Elections Committee, Supreme Court Justice Elyakim Rubinstein demanded on Wednesday to know who published the controversial advert on an unofficial Likud website featuring Bayit Yehudi party chairman Naftali Bennett behind barbed wire.

Israel Radio quoted Rubinstein as saying the use of the Holocaust and its symbols as election propaganda far exceeds the boundaries of electoral discourse, adding that the move "no doubt" hurts the feelings of the public.

He ordered the operators of the unofficial site to expose who initiated the controversial ad.

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