'Judaism Is Not a Murderous Religion': The Israeli Group That Stands Up to Jewish Terrorism

The extremist rabbis who incite violence against Arabs enjoy immunity that isn't even afforded to the prime minister, says the religiously observant founder of Tag Meir

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Gadi Gvaryahu, the founder of anti-racism organization Tag Meir.
Gadi Gvaryahu, the founder of anti-racism organization Tag Meir.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
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A relative holds up a photo of Ali Dawabsheh in the torched house in Duma, July 31, 2015.Credit: AP
Tag Meir activists rally in front of the prime minister's residence in Jerusalem in 2014.Credit: Emil Salman
Gadi Gvaryahu, the founder of anti-racism organization Tag Meir.Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
Rabbi Dov Lior in 2011.Credit: Olivier Fitoussi

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