Marzel calls on right-wingers to boycott TA rally

May 3, 2007 13:45


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Far-right-wing activist Baruch Marzel on Thursday called on his fellow right-wingers not to participate in the Tel Aviv rally against the Olmert government Thursday night. According to Marzel, "[Maj.-Gen. (res.)] Uzi Dayan, who is organizing the rally, takes exactly the same approach as [Prime Minister Ehud] Olmert and [Defense Minister Amir] Peretz." He declared that "Dayan, too, participated in the festival of illusions of peace in recent years - the festival of deception meant to fool the people."

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