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PHOTOS: Marching for human rights in Tel Aviv

On Friday, December 9, 2011, Israelis gathered for the 3rd annual human rights march, held this year in both Tel Aviv and Haifa. Joining the marches were a range of human rights, democracy, and anti-occupation groups, as well as rightist counter demonstrators.

View photos from the Tel Aviv march taken by +972 contributors:

(Click ‘Show Info’ for translations of Hebrew signs)

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    1. Who are the white robes who look a lot like the American KKK?

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    2. AMIR.BK

      Greg: They’re members of the Israeli leftist ‘anarchist’ (self-described) groups ironically dressed as KKK members holding signs ironically advocating “Human Rights for Jews”, some of the sings say stuff like “You must destroy the gentile to save Israel” and “Now’s the time to decide: do you stand with us or with them”.

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