Thousands of social protesters at Habima in Tel Aviv

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 23, 2012 22:41

 
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Some 2,000 protesters gathered at Habima Square in Tel Aviv Saturday night to protest what they decried as excessive police violence during a social justice rally Friday on the city's Rothschild Boulevard.

Light scuffles took place as protesters attempted to make their way past police lines toward Ibn Gvirol and King George streets, but there were no reports of arrests.

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