Right-wing activists to march in Umm el-Fahm

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October 27, 2010 07:28

 
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Right-wing activists are expected to march through Umm el-Fahm on Wednesday in protest of the Islamic movement, Israel Radio reported.

About 1,000 police officers will secure the march which was allowed by the High Court. The request of the activists to protest in front of the movement's offices and Sheikh Raed Salah's residence was rejected and ordered that the protest must take place from a distance.

Arab Knesset members are expected to counter the protest.


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