Beersheba, Ashkelon, Dimona set for social justice rallies

August 13, 2011 16:46


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Social justice rallies were set to take place Saturday night in Beersheba, Ashkelon and Dimona, Israel Radio reported.

Police expected approximately 50,000 people to participate in the rally in Beersheba, during which parts of Ben-Gurion Boulevard will be closed as well as Masada Street from Tchernichovsky Street to Rager Boulevard, according to the report.

Ahinoam Nini (Noa), Yeremi Kaplan, Kobi Oz and Margaliz Tzna'ani were scheduled to perform at the rally.

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