Tel Aviv mayor vows to finish clearing protests tents

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September 8, 2011 09:44

 
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Tel Aviv - Jaffa Mayor Ron Huldai said despite threats on his life, he is not afraid and is determined to continue evacuating the tents from public spaces until Rosh Hashana, Army Radio reported Thursday.

Huldai said that little attention should be paid to the court issued injunction against the further evacuation of protest tents, because it was only a temporary ruling, and that the city is committed to finish clearing the campsite by the the start of the high holidays.

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