Protesters in Tel Aviv said that they plan on marching from Rabin Square to Kiryat HaMemshala, Israel's governmental precinct, even if the police do not approve the march.
"As long as the government continues to play roulette with our lives, this cemetery will expand."
"It's up to all of us to stand up to authoritarian leaders and work together to build a peaceful future for every Palestinian and every Israeli," Sanders said in a video message to the protesters.
Independent producers, teachers and kinder gardeners have gather in Rabin Square and demanded immediate assistance after the damages of the coronavirus crisis
Speaking at the rally, Gantz said "Israel will never surrender to hatred. The children of Israel will not grow up in a state where some of its leaders sanctify hatred. I won't let hate win."
So how about a different strategy? Let’s place the walls on top of each other maybe if we build upwards… Sound familiar?
The rally was instigated due to the most recent death of Michal Sela, who was allegedly murdered by her husband and found covered in stab wounds in their apartment.
"The First Social Puzzle," will be held on Sunday and Monday to raise money for ALUT's annual fundraiser.
An event ostensibly meant to bridge divisions ends up exposing just how deep they run.
Event organizers tried to break down political barriers but the crowd wasn’t having it.