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Israeli PM slams NGO after UN anti-settlement testimony

B'Tselem director Hagai El-Ad took part in a Friday UN Security Council meeting on Israeli settlements, talking about the 49 years of "the injustice known as the occupation of Palestine, and Israeli control of Palestinian lives in Gaza, the West Bank, and east Jerusalem". "I implore you today to take action," El-Ad said. "Anything short of decisive international action will achieve nothing but ushering in the second half of the first century of the occupation.
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