1,500 Arab-Israelis, MKs protest Lebanon campaign

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 15, 2006 19:38

 
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Some 1,500 Arab Israelis, including Knesset members protested in Nazereth on Saturday against the campaign in Lebanon. A pamphlet distributed at the scene called on the government to "end the war crimes" and the "killing of children" that the writers alleged that Israel was performing in Lebanon. MK Wasal Taha (Balad), who also participated in the rally, told Army Radio that "undoubtedly the State of Israel is committing crimes in Lebanon: killing children, killing civilians."

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