Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square back to normal after riot

The words “the battle of the Cinnabon” might not stir the emotions too much. Nonetheless, the destroyed glass front door was one of the few noticeable remnants of Sunday night’s rioting that could still be seen the next day around Rabin Square in Tel Aviv.

Owner Katya Sorinov said she was still waiting for the door to be replaced, after it was shattered when the protest in the square descended into chaos.

Her husband Ronen was working the store at the time, and told her that a rock thrown by a protester shattered the glass, around the same time that rioters began grabbing the chairs outside and throwing them at police.


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