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WATCH: Footage of the protest that kicked off the summer

On June 23, two protests took place in Tel Aviv. The first was a protest in response to incitement against the LGBT community by MK Anastasia Michaeli. The second was a spontaneous demonstration protesting the violence police employed against social justice activists the day before. Israel Social TV brings you coverage.

This video was produced by Israel Social TV, an independent media NGO working to promote social change, human rights, social justice and equality, and to mobilize its viewers towards activism.

Related:
WATCH: Thousands block highway, attack banks in J14 protest
Amidst hostile media and police violence, J14 finds new voice
MK Michaeli: Gays need therapy, commit suicide at age 40

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    1. Nathalie Rozenman

      Watch minute 2:33, just watch it. And then come and talk about anarchism, and protesters being vandals.

      Why is that demagogy is so hard to be refuted? I don’t get it! Why those epithets thrown to the wind by politicians thirsty for rating are so easy to be soaked into our skins?

      Is it their passion? Hate? The simplicity? The charisma? Someone has to teach us and future generations how not to be conditioned and manipulated by “leaders” and their inner agenda! But for that we need words, explanations, analysis.. Then its no use to fight instant shells with Plato..

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