Hundreds of Israelis protest against corruption in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

December 23, 2017 19:58
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Hundreds of Israelis have taken to the streets of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to demonstrate against corruption.

Crowds gathered on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv and in Zion Square in the capital after Shabbat ended.

Prominent right-wing figures are expected to be present at the protest in Jerusalem tonight, including MK Rachel Azaria and former defense minister Moshe Ya'alon.

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