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  כסלו 16, 5774 , 19/11/13

Missionaries 'Attack' South, Use Telemarketing as Tool

Missionaries have added telemarketing to the tools they are using in their campaign which, most recently, has been targeting Israelis living in the south.

In the hardcore campaign now targeting the southern part of the country, one can find missionaries trying to distribute literature while standing on street corners, malls, and other public venues, displaying placards, signs, and even billboards, attempting to pull Jews in and then convert them. Beer Sheva, Ofakim, and Yeruham are among the many locales one can find flyers plastered on windshields of parked cars and in private mailboxes, in additional efforts to promote their mission's agenda.

People from 'Yad L'achim', an organization which fights against the missionaries' tactics and goals, commented this week, "The hour has come to put the 'missionary law' back into practice and put an end to the criminal activities of these missionaries, who bring harm to so many."

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