Hundreds attend Rabin square solidarity rally

By DEBORAH DANAN,
November 20, 2012 21:17

 
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A few hundred people on Tuesday night gathered for a rally at Rabin square in Tel Aviv to show solidarity with the IDF and with citizens of the south.

Demonstrators wore giant Israeli flags and carried posters with messages like "we are all the south" and "Hamas free the people of Gaza." Slogans were chanted, including "the people require quiet in the south" and "well done iron  dome."

The national anthem, hatikva, was also sung by those in attendance.

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