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Meretz chairwoman MK Tamar Zandberg slammed the government’s incitement against the New Israel Fund on Saturday, and called the fund to join Saturday night’s protest against the Nation-State Law in Tel Aviv.
“Ahead of tonight’s demonstration, we can feel the pressure being put on the prime minister and those around him,” she said in a statement. “All possible incitement is being drawn against the Left, the New Israel Fund and the European Union.”
“This is precisely the reason why the entire Israeli public – Druze, Arabs, LGBTs, and all who want equality – should come out and protest against the Nation-State Law, incitement and divisiveness, and for the principles of our Declaration of Independence of equality regardlss of religion, race and gender.”