This video from Israel is called Peace Now demo 011009 (during the Gaza war).
From the daily Haaretz in Israel:
By Haaretz Service
The Knesset speaker barred the director of Peace Now from entering the parliament on Monday, after activists from his left-wing group interviewed rightist MKs while posing as students.
Following the incident, Peace Now said it had wanted to make a “Borat-like” film to expose the lawmakers’ embarrassing remarks, referring to comedian Sacha Baron Cohen’s alter ego, a clueless Kazakh journalist.
The group subsequently condemned the ban imposed on Yariv Oppenheimer.
“Peace Now rejects this attempt to punish the movement in the actual place that is supposed to guard the freedom of movement for all of society – whether left- or right-wing,” the organization said in a statement.
On Sunday, three Peace Now activists were arrested at the Knesset for asking to interview right-wing MK Michael Ben-Ari (National Union) while posing as students.
The three were released from custody shortly after the arrest, but a complaint was filed against them for impersonation and for trying to deceive an MK.
The Israeli military has admitted that it fired white phosphorus shells into a United Nations compound in Gaza where scores of civilians were seeking shelter during last year’s Operation Cast Lead: here.
HRW: IDF hasn’t proved it will thoroughly probe Gaza war: here.
Israel charges soldiers with misconduct in Gaza war: here.