March slated to call for Holocaust survivors' rights

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 7, 2013 14:08

A march on behalf of rights for Holocaust survivors was slated to occur Sunday at 5 p.m. among other events on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day.

The march, organized by the non-profit organization "Aviv Le'nitzolei Ha'shoah" (Spring for Holocaust Survivors) was to take place in honor of survivors. Participants, including elderly rights organization, "Ken Le'zaken" (Yes to the Elderly) will march in support of the nearly 192,000 Holocaust survivors' right to "live with dignity and welfare".

Participants were scheduled to assemble at  Habima Square in Tel Aviv. The march was set to proceed down Rothschild Boulevard toward Beit Ha'atzmaut at The Israel Museum.


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