Protests against Homophobia and Jewish ‘terror’ take place throughout Israel

Demonstrations against Thursday’s stabbing attack at Jerusalem’s gay pride parade and Friday’s arson attack that resulted in the death of an 18 month-year-old Palestinian baby, Ali Dawashbe, are being held in major Israeli cities, including Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Beersheba and Haifa.

In Tel Aviv, two events were held, a rally in Rabin Square organized by Peace Now and one in Gan Meir, organized by the LGBT community as well and youth groups.

The rally in Rabin Square, held under the banner of "Stop the Incitement, Stop the violence," saw thousands of people attend, carrying sings reading "right-wing incitement kills", and "the state is in danger."


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