Some 400 demonstrators at social justice rally in Eilat

By MELANIE LIDMAN
August 13, 2011 21:35

 
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Some 400 people took part in a social justice protest in Eilat on Saturday as part of rallies throughout Israel's periphery.

The protesters insisted that despite Eilat's physical distance from Israel's center, the resort city's residents deserve the same services and solutions to socio-economic problems as the rest of the country.

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