TA rally on one-year anniversary of gay center shooting

August 1, 2010 15:17


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A rally to commemorate the murder of two gay youth at a Tel Aviv community center a year ago and to protest violence against gays in Israeli society, was ready to begin in Tel Aviv Saturday night Channel 2 reported.

Nir Katz, 26, and Liz Trubeshi, 16, were murdered when a gunman opened fire at the center a year ago.  Katz was a counselor who worked at the center.

Activists brought candles to light during the rally as a way of remembering Katz and Trubeshi.

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