Tel Aviv: 3,000 protesters gather for social-justice march

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August 27, 2011 20:51

 
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At least 3,000 people amassed for the commencement of the social-justice march in Tel Aviv on Saturday, far short of the numbers the demonstrations reached in the number of previous rallies.

At its height, media reported nearly a quarter million protesters on Ibn Gabriol and Kaplan streets, taking part in rallies calling for an end to the soaring cost of living.

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