Breaking the Silence guilty of 'treason, espionage,' Likud minister says

A government minister accused Breaking the Silence of "treason" and "espionage" following a Channel 2 report which showed members of the controversial NGO apparently trying to ascertain classified information from discharged soldiers.
Tourism Minister Yariv Levin appeared on Channel 2 on Friday to denounce the group, which has drawn the ire of the right for collecting testimonials from soldiers who have served in the Palestinian territories and who have reported on alleged war crimes.
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