Caesarea: Police stop protesters from marching to PM's home

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August 17, 2011 01:10

 
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Approximately a dozen protesters taking part in a social justice rally in Caesarea on Tuesday attempted to march to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's nearby residence.

Police prevented the demonstrators from arriving at Netanyahu's home, detaining a number of them for questioning.

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