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The public shouldn’t worry that the listing of civil society organizations in the West Bank as terrorist organizations is baseless and that it’s sheer persecution of opponents of the occupation, as befits a military regime. After all, even State Prosecutor Amit Aisman approved the listing, and only after he approved it did the Shin Bet security service submit its intelligence reports to Defense Minister Benny Gantz. So what if these organizations have been around for a long time and have international reputations? So what if some are well known to the human rights and civil society communities

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