Hundreds march through Jaffa in Nakba Day procession

May 14, 2011 17:05


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Hundreds of Israeli Arabs marched through the streets of Jaffa on Saturday afternoon as part of Nakba Day events taking place throughout the country and the West Bank.

Participants carried Palestinian flags and chanted alongside drums in the march that passed through Sderot Yerushalayim and Rehov Yehuda Hayamit. Police blocked traffic from reaching the area during the event but no violence or arrests were apparent at the time of this report.

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