Police declare TA solidarity protest illegal

By MICHAEL OMER-MAN
July 21, 2012 23:50

 
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Police declared the Tel Aviv solidarity protest for Moshe Silman illegal and threatened arrests after some 200 demonstrators broke through a police line and headed to the Ayalon freeway on Saturday night.

Silman set himself on fire last week during a social justice protest and succumbed to his wounds on Friday at Sheba Medical Center in Tel Hashomer where doctors were treating him for burns over the majority of his body.



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