Avital Chezhik tweeted she had a similar incident to that described by Danielle Berrin, though not by Ari Shavit, who was accused by Berrin.
120 members from Women Wage Peace will stand there every week, each one holding a sign with the name of a single Knesset member. The goal, said one of the group’s leaders, is to get Israel's 120 lawmakers thinking about peace.
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