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Activists change street names in Tel Aviv
Killing Without Consequence
July 3, 2018
Early this morning activists changed the names of streets in Salama - a
former Palestinian village emptied of its original population in 1948,
incorporated into Tel Aviv and re-settled with Jewish Israelis. The Herzl
Street was renamed `Return Street and Ben-Zvi as `Razan al Najar Street`.
This action was in advance of a memorial ceremony for Razan A-Najar, a nurse
that was shot in her back during the Great March of Return on the Gaza
separation fence. The ceremony will take place in the location of Salameh,
Razan’s families village from which they were expelled in 1948.
Where: Ben-Zvi 49 Road, Tel-Aviv (next to the Sabil Abu Nabut structure in
When: Today Tuesday, 3/7/2018, 18:00
A mass women’s coalition in Gaza has called for support from feminist groups
around the world to help end the siege to coincide with a women`s march they
will hold marching to the Gaza apartheid fence. Another solidarity march
will take place in Haifa today at the same time.
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