TA city council member: Vandals spreading W. Bank agenda

By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
October 9, 2011 10:47

 
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Tel Aviv municipal council member Sami Abu-Shehadi on Saturday accused "price-tag" activists of bringing their conflict from the West Bank into Israel.

"All these extreme settlers are doing different activities and they are not paying a price for anything," said Shehadi.

"Settlers have been saying that they want to bring the conflict inside (Israel) and this is exactly what they are doing now," he said.

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