Several dozen protesters block intersection in central TA

By MICHAEL OMER-MAN
August 7, 2011 00:51

 
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Several dozen social justice protesters blocked the intersection of Rehov Kaplan and Ibn Gvirol in central Tel Aviv after midnight on Saturday.

Protesters addressed police gathered at the scene: "The police are with us, they don't have a choice, Mr. Officer, you too are worth more."

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