Solidarity marchers for Hebron soldier attacked in Tel Aviv

By MAARIV ONLINE
July 13, 2016 22:20

 
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Marchers were attacked during a solidarity rally for IDF soldier Elor Azaria Wednesday evening in Tel Aviv.

Dozens of youth marched from Tel Aviv's Habima Square in the direction of the government complex near Azrieli Center in a solidarity march held for IDF soldier Elor Azaria, the Hebron soldier currently standing trial for the shooting of an unarmed terrorist.

In the vicinity of the government complex the marchers were attacked by five suspects with their faces covered.

One of the suspects threw a tear gas canister in the direction of the marchers.

The suspects have been arrested by police forces.

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