Venture capitalist starts campaign against Netanyahu

By GIL STERN STERN HOFFMAN
December 27, 2011 18:16

 
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Hi-tech entrepreneur Erel Margalit initiated a new campaign on Wednesday attacking Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for not preventing the possible closure of Channel 10 and legislation targeting the press, left-wing non- governmental organizations and the High Court of Justice.

The ads, which will be printed on billboards, cost hundreds of thousands of shekels. The main slogan of the campaign will be "Come, Sarale let's close up shop," a reference to a public statement he made to his wife after losing the 1999 election.

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