Daphne Leif: This is the summer of Israel's new hope

September 3, 2011 23:25


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Social protest movement organizer Daphne Leif said Saturday night that "this is the biggest summer of Israel's new hope which was born out of despair, alienation, and impossible social gaps for all of us."

She told the hundreds of thousands of people who had gathered as part of the social protest movement rally at Kikar Hamedina in Tel Aviv that "the Israelis who are here, and those who chose to remain at home, have come to the end of the line and stood up to say "No more."

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