V15, the political campaign effort funded by the American non-profit, tax-exempt OneVoice, opened an office in Jerusalem on Thursday, the Washington Free Beacon has discovered.
The office, festooned with signs promising a change in Israeli leadership, was staffed with a few twenty-something Israelis. It is located on Shamai Street, one block over from the iconic pedestrian mall, Ben Yehuda Street, which starts just beyond the Nachlaot neighborhood and runs down to the very edges of the Old City of Jerusalem.
The only people knocking at the door of V15 on its opening day were some reporters, hoping for an interview.
The young people setting up the Jerusalem V15 office, including a male with a man-bun, were not speaking to reporters Thursday.