"Stop Lieberman's facism', says Knesset debate on loyalty

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October 19, 2010 15:46

 
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A Knesset debate was held on Tuesday to discuss the goverment's proposed "loyalty oath" bill, which has been met with strong criticism both nationally and internationally.

The meeting, attended by lawmakers, parliamentarians and others, convened to discuss what they called "efforts to protect democracy" in Israel.

Kadima MK Shlomo Molla said, "Israel is thriving, but the introduction of these anti-democratic laws must end. We came here to say, "stop Lieberman's fascism."


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