Police arrest five in TA protest against 'infiltrators law'

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January 11, 2012 02:22

 
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Police arrested five people in a Tel Aviv protest Monday night against the "infiltrators law," which passed through the Knesset one day before.

Chanting "no concentration camps” and “deport the interior minister,” protesters blocked off Rehov Ibn Gvirol next to the municipality for over an hour before police cleared the intersection.

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