Hundreds turn out for anti-war protest in Tel Aviv

An anti-war demonstration is taking place central Tel Aviv’s Rabin square this evening, despite Home Front Command restrictions on the gathering of more than 1,000 people because of possible rocket fire. According to police spokesperson Micky Rosenfeld, officers are on the scene “to secure the gathering & prevent any incidents.”

Hundreds turn out for the protest, activist Elizabeth Tsurkov tweets, and hold up banners saying “Stop the massacre, end the siege” and “War is avoidable, peace is inevitable.”

Right-wing activists reportedly shout invectives at the demonstrators, telling them to go to Gaza.

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