Protest marches begin in TA, 9 other cities across country

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July 30, 2011 21:03

 
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Ten protests across the country calling for "social justice" began Saturday night, the largest of which was a march in Tel Aviv, mirroring a protest that took place one week ago with some 20,000 participants.

While thousands of protesters in Tel Aviv began marching from Tel Aviv's Habima Square, the epicenter of weeks-long tent protests for affordable housing, protests were taking place as far north as Kiryat Shmona and Haifa, in Jerusalem, and as far south as Beersheba and Ashkelon. Other protesters took to the streets in Ashdod, Modi'in, Ra'anana and Nazareth.

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