New Israel Fund posts online petition for social justice

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September 4, 2011 17:06

 
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The New Israel Fund's online petition was still gathering support on Sunday for the social justice movement which brought 400,000 people to marches and rallies nationwide Saturday night.

According to the petition, "This movement is about making Israel the moral, just society we all want it to be."

The petition continued, "We share your values. We long for the day that Israel is a place where every Israeli can live with respect and dignity. Your protests demonstrate the depth of Israel’s potential to be a beacon for social justice and democracy throughout its region."

The petition encouraged people to sign it to show their support and "say yes to a better Israel."

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