Social protesters march through central TA to mark 6-months

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January 14, 2012 22:04

 
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Six months after the beginning of the “social justice” movement that swept across the country, around 200 demonstrators marched through central Tel Aviv Saturday night to mark the half year anniversary and vow that the movement was only beginning.

On a Facebook post written hours ahead of the march, Daphni Leef, the 26-year-old Tel Avivian who started the protest July 14th by pitching a tent on Rothschild boulevard’s pedestrian walkway, wrote “six months have passed and I want to thank you for the togetherness, for our struggle, for the fact that we aren't giving up, that the same issues questions for the society remain.”

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