Settlers launch new anti-Obama campaign titled 'Obama! Let my people grow'

August 5, 2009 15:19
Settlers launch new anti-Obama campaign titled 'Obama! Let my people grow'

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Binyamin Citizen's Committee embarked Tuesday on a new poster campaign against American pressure to freeze settlement activity, under the slogan "Obama! Let my people grow." The poster, which was designed by artist Aharon Shevo, has a picture of a child hugging a pregnant woman. It is a twist on the famous slogan from the "Let my people go!" campaign that was used to help free Jews from the former Soviet Union.

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