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Benzi, on the decision to suspend the license of the missionary radio station:

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Benzi, on the decision to suspend the license of the missionary radio station:

We applaud the important decision and are happy that common sense prevailed. As soon as the program’s broadcasts on the channel started, our organization warned the public of the danger lurking on the HOT cables. The decision of the Cable and Satellite Commission this morning is another important step in the fight against this – in a Jewish state there is no room for missionaries, who over generations were a significant part of the persecution of the Jewish people.

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