Thousands rally in support of peace are holding in Tel Aviv

A rally in support of peace and the Palestinian-Jewish partnership is being held in the center of Tel Aviv, according to the human rights organization “Shalom Ahshav,” which advocates for a peaceful resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

“Right now in Tel Aviv, thousands of us are loudly declaring: ‘Yes’ to equality, ‘Yes’ to the Palestinian-Jewish partnership, ‘Yes’ to peace,” the human rights activists said on their official Twitter account.

The police found it difficult to name the exact number of participants. “We have no information, as there is a complete order,” – said the official representative of the Israeli police Mikhail Zingerman.

Israeli media reported that several thousand people gathered in the square in front of the Habima Theater in the center of Tel Aviv. The audience was addressed by the writer David Grossmann, politicians representing the left and Arab parties in Israel. The protesters called for a full-fledged peace with the Palestinians.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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