Photos and text by: Faiz Abu-Rmeleh/Activestills.org
Approximately 10,000 people demonstrated in the Arab town of Tamra in northern Israel on Saturday against the assault on Gaza. The demonstration was organized by the Islamic Movement and was attended by Palestinians from the north, the Negev/Naqab and Jerusalem.
Palestinian youth living in Israel hold dolls wrapped in a white cloth, during a demonstration against the Israeli attack on Gaza in Tamra, northern Israel. (photo by Faiz Abu-Rmeleh)
The protesters gathered at the city’s mosque and marched with signs protesting the violence and the killing of civilians, as well as photographs of the victims and children’s dolls wrapped in red-stained stained cloths. The march ended with speeches by public figures, including Sheikh Raed Salah, the leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel.
Palestinian youth living in Israel hold dolls wrapped in a white cloth during a demonstration against the Israeli attack on Gaza and in support of the Palestinian people, Tamra, northern Israel. (photo: Faiz Abu-Rmeleh/Activestills.org)
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