Hadash calls on public to end bloodshed, join protests

November 15, 2012 20:27


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The Hadash party on Thursday called on the public to join in demonstrations throughout the country in opposition to Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza.

Hadash MK Dov Henin stated: "Stop the killing, stop the bloodshed immediately." He added: "One bombing leads to another, leading to more and more people being injured in Gaza and Israel."

Henin called on the government to reach an "immediate cease-fire" and announce the opening of  "genuine negotiations and an agreement with the Palestinians."

Demonstrations were held in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jerusalem on Thursday night.

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