The Schalit family, along with thousands of supporters, are expected to reach central Tel Aviv Monday morning as the "freedom march" for the kidnapped soldier continues.
A short rally is expected to take place at Rabin Square at 12.00pm. After the rally the family plans to travel south towards the Gaza border where they will visit the place where Gilad was kidnapped.
Heavy traffic disruption is expected with many major roads being closed to make way for the high number of expected participants.
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