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Third Temple Campaign Removed from Egged Buses

reprinted from Arutz 7
Apr/06/10

The Eretz Yisrael Shelanu (Our Land of Israel/The Land of Israel is Ours) movement's campaign to build the Third Temple in Jerusalem, which was launched ahead of the Passover holiday, was removed from the sides of 200 Egged buses in the capital during the last few days. When the movement called Egged to confirm that the campaign was being carried, it was told the ads had been removed because of pressure and threats. Canaan Bitenua' (Canaan in Motion), which holds the franchise for bus ads, added that the campaign qualified as a provocation.

Most of the buses in question run through predominantly-Arab eastern Jerusalem. The movement said that by yielding to pressure, Egged and Canaan have put themselves on the side of the Palestinian Authority and the Palestine Liberation Organization. The movement plans a damage suit against the two companies. Egged said ads were the responsibility of Canaan Bitenua'.

 

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