Jewish National Front to air Itamar Ben-Gvir ad

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 9, 2006 13:13

 
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The Jewish National Front Party was expected to air on Thursday evening a radio advertisement featuring convicted Jewish terror accomplice Itamar Ben Gvir. Thursday's airing of the ad marks the launching of the party's campaign, Army Radio reported. Ben-Gvir, a far-right activist, was a frequent and vocal opponent of security forces in past years. Before August's disengagement, Ben-Gvir and others, who did not live in Gush Katif, holed themselves up in the Shirat Hayam hotel in order to try to prevent the evacuation. He was previously charged with participating in the outlawed right-wing party, Kach.


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