Thousands expected at fourth annual Human Rights March

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November 26, 2012 13:42

 
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The fourth annual Human Rights March, organized by the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) expects thousands of people to take part on December 7 in Rabin Square, Tel Aviv.

The march is due to take place in the run-up to International Human Rights Day.

The annual march was inaugurated in 2009 and every year has drawn thousands of people. According to the ACRI, many of those taking part "felt marginalized by repressive policies and a hostile wave of anti-democratic legislation."

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