Social-movement marches scheduled throughout Israel

August 27, 2011 18:14


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Mass social-movement marches will return Saturday evening, with planned marches in cities across the country, Israeli media reported.

Marches were scheduled in Tel Aviv, Jeruslaem, Rishon Lezion, Bakat Ono, Harish, and Tiberias.

The march in Rishon Lezion was scheduled to commence at 8:00 p.m. from the Ben Gurion center, and continue until Park Hamoshava.

In Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, the marches will begin at 9:00 p.m.

The Jerusalem demonstration will head out from Gan Hasus and continue through the central city until Paris Square.

In Tel Aviv, marches will commence in parallel from both Habima Square at the end of Rothschild Boulevard, and Bloomfield Stadium in Jaffa.

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