A few hundred demonstrators protested against the controversial Prawer-Begin Beduin resettlement bill in Jaffa on Saturday afternoon.
The protest was peaceful and no traffic on the city's roads was blocked, Israel Radio reported.
One week ago there were clashes between police and demonstrators against the bill in a number of spots across the country.
A small protest also took place last week in Jaffa where where some seventy people gathered at the Clocktower Square blocking traffic intermittently.
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