Guerrillas on the Right: Im Tirtzu vs V15

Im Tirtzu activists stealthily hang a sign over the offices of Obama-linked anti-Netanyahu group, protesting Left's see-no-good campaign.

Gil Ronen,

Crows and Tzipi Livni
Crows and Tzipi Livni
Screenshot from Im Tirtzu video.

In the early hours of Thursday morning, activists from the grassroots Zionist group Im Tirtzu arrived at the offices of the leftist V15 organization on Rothschild Street in Tel Aviv. In what they termed “a guerrilla operation,” they quietly hung a sign from the second floor of the building (see video above).

The sign shows a crow cawing, with a play on the word “ra” (in Hebrew it means “bad," also signifying the sound a crow makes).

“The sign emphasizes the negative messages of the left in general and the V15 movement in particular which says that everything is bad and terrible in the State of Israel,” the organizers told Arutz Sheva.

V15 (v for victory, 15 for 2015) is a left-wing organization funded with money from abroad, much of it from the US. It has been previously published that campaigners who are close to US President Barack Obama have been called in to help the movement in Israel in order to unseat the government of Binyamin Netanyahu and put left-wing parties in power.

The “guerrilla action” against V15 is part of an extensive campaign by Im Tirtzu to encourage voting. The campaign calls for Israeli citizens to vote for any party that will work toward securing the future of the Jewish people and the State of Israel, and that will protect the right and strength of Israel to exist as a Jewish state.

Im Tirtzu’s campaign is publicized through billboards located primarily in the periphery (Be’er Sheva, Ashkelon, etc.), through press releases and videos on social networks, all of which aim to “reveal the true face of the post-Zionist parties in Israeli politics,” they explain.

The crow campaign video is arguably one of the more clever videos produced by the Right in this election campaign:


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