Human Rights March to make way through central Tel Aviv

December 7, 2012 09:47


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Israel's fourth annual Human Rights March was set to take place in central Tel Aviv Friday morning, concluding with a free concert.

The march was scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m. at Habima Square, and conclude at nearby Rabin Square two hours later with performances by a number of artists.

Organizers described the event as an "annual assembly of thousands of people and more than 130 organizations and groups that work year-round to promote human rights, social change, equality, and democracy. The march is the place to sound all the different voices that connect for a day to form a joint and brave statement: all human rights, to all human beings, in Israel and in the Occupied Territories."

Streets in the area were closed ahead of the event.

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