Protesters to reread Dec. of Independence in TLV

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 4, 2011 15:55

 
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About 400 people are expected to attend a rereading of the Declaration of Independence on Friday on Rothschild Boulevard. The rally will be organized by journalist Gadi Shimon, who explained that just as the state was founded 63 years ago on Rothschild, in the past weeks we have witnessed a renewing of the system with the ongoing demonstrations on Rothschild, as well as across the country.

According to Shimon, "The protest has brought us to the same place as that the founding of the state did - a period in which there were good intentions that unified its people."

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