Hundreds gather in Tel Aviv in protest of stipends bill

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November 17, 2010 20:56

 
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Hundreds of young people from around the country gathered in front of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in protest of the Yeshiva students stipends bill Wednesday evening.

The students called on the government to stop discrimination against students in higher education institutes.

Although the protests' organizers promised a huge demonstration in Tel Aviv, only about 300 students attending. The protesters carried signs reading: "The students are 'fearing' the future of the country," "We demand equal rights," and "A student is not worth less than a Yeshiva student."


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