Communist Party of Israel

A pro-peace and anti-occupation rally held in central Tel Aviv on Saturday evening, May 22, drew several thousand participants calling for Jewish-Arab partnership and urging Israel to work toward resolving its decades-long conflict with the Palestinians, which flared up over the past two weeks with deadly fighting in the Gaza Strip. The rally was also a show of support for peace and coexistence between Jews and Arabs in the wake of two weeks of intense internecine riots that broke out around the country. Hadash MK Ayman Odeh addresses the mass rally held at Habima Square in Central Tel Aviv, Saturday evening, May 22. (Photo: Zo Haderech) Standing Together, Peace Now, Breaking the Silence, Hadash, Meretz and other peace movements, organized the mass march. It left Rabin Square in Tel Aviv, headed south along Ibn Gavirol Street and made its way toward Habima Square. Speakers included well-known Israeli novelist David Grossman, Joint…

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Thousands Rally in Tel Aviv against Occupation and for a Joint Future