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PHOTOS: Hundreds of Israelis demonstrate in solidarity with Syrians

Hundreds of Israelis form a ‘human chain’ between the Russian and U.S. embassies in Tel Aviv, protesting the slaughter of civilians in Syria.

Photos and text: Keren Manor / Activestills

Protesters hold signs in English, Arabic, Hebrew and Russian calling to stop the massacre in Syria, Tel Aviv, December 18, 2016. (Keren Manor/Activestills)

Protesters hold signs in English, Arabic, Hebrew and Russian calling to stop the massacre in Syria, Tel Aviv, December 18, 2016. (Keren Manor/Activestills)

Hundreds of Israelis assembled in Tel Aviv on Sunday night to protest the ongoing slaughter in Syria and to show solidarity with Aleppo and with the Syrian people.

Protesters demonstrate in solidarity with Syrians, Tel Aviv, December 18, 2016. (Keren Manor/Activestills)

Protesters demonstrate in solidarity with Syrians, Tel Aviv, December 18, 2016. (Keren Manor/Activestills)

The demonstrators, holding signs and chanting slogans, formed a “human chain” between the Russian and U.S. embassies on Tel Aviv’s HaYarkon Boulevard.

Protesters demonstrate in solidarity with Syrians, Tel Aviv, December 18, 2016. (Keren Manor/Activestills)

Protesters demonstrate in solidarity with Syrians, Tel Aviv, December 18, 2016. (Keren Manor/Activestills)

Protesters chanted against the crimes being committed in Syria and against the role of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his government in the killing. There were also calls for the UN to intervene.

Protesters demonstrate in solidarity with Syrians, Tel Aviv, December 18, 2016. (Keren Manor/Activestills)

Protesters demonstrate in solidarity with Syrians, Tel Aviv, December 18, 2016. (Keren Manor/Activestills)

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