Prohibits gathering by Breaking the Silence in lottery-funded library because it is deemed political, even though similar events had taken place there in the past.
The Strategic Affairs Ministry's leaders see themselves as the heads of a commando unit, gathering and disseminating information about 'supporters of the delegitimization of Israel' – and they prefer their actions be kept secret.
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