Hundreds protest 'Jewish state bill' outside PM's residence in Jerusalem

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November 29, 2014 21:40

 
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Hundreds of demonstrators converged in front of the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem Saturday night to protest the proposed "Jewish state bill."

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s controversial proposed legislation, which would legally define Israel as the nation-state of the Jews, has been met with vehement opposition not only by the Arab world and Israelis alike, but by members of his own coalition.

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