Holon municipality closes streets to dismantle tent city

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September 7, 2011 10:25

 
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Police closed down Moshe Dayan Highway from Aharonovitch Street on Wednesday in order to dismantle the wooden structures at the tent city in Holon.

Earlier, municipal workers in Tel Aviv also began taking apart the four major campsites in the city, removing uninhabited tents and taking away unclaimed belongings.

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