'Superheroes' protest against consumerism

Demonstration targets business ‘supervillains’ at Azrieli Mall in central Tel Aviv.

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March 9, 2012 04:10
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demonstrators protest against consumerist culture _370. (photo credit: Ben Hartman)

 
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A few dozen demonstrators from a variety of “social justice” movements converged on the Azrieli Mall in central Tel Aviv on Thursday to protest against predatory banking, rampant materialism and, along the way, mall security guards.



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