Yesha human rights group won't join TA human rights march

December 8, 2011 20:01


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The director of a human rights organization for Jews living in settlements in the West Bank announced Thursday that the group would not take part in this Friday's human rights march in Tel Aviv.

Yesha Human Rights Organization head Orit Struck said that she would not join a march that promotes "the interests of anti-Israel groups that are both national and international, and that work to deprive the people of Israel their land."

She also said that anti-Semitic groups abroad are succeeding in their efforts in Israel by means of funding groups in the Jewish state that represent their cause.

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