Police Order Not to hold an Anti-occupation Protest in Tel-Aviv

Hadash said today (Friday) that he would deliberately disobey a police order not to hold a protest in Tel Aviv, Saturday night, June 3, at 7 p.m. at Dizengoff Square to mark 56 years of occupation. “Fifty-Six Years of Occupation is Enough,” reads the invitation for the rally to be held tomorrow.

“Fifty-Six Years of Occupation is Enough,” reads the invitation in Hebrew and Arabic for a rally to be held tomorrow

Thousands of protesters would participate in the protest lead by the Communist Party of Israel, the Young Communist League of Israel and Hadash (the Democratic Front for Peace and Equality) and sponsored by a large number of peace and human rights organizations, among them: Combatants for Peace, Yesh Gvul, Mesarvot, Peace Now, Standing Together, Physicians for Human Rights, Gisha, The Public Committee against Torture, Amnesty Israel, Yesh Din, Rabbis for Human Rights, Social Workers for Peace, Academy for Equality, Ir Amim, Bimkom – Planners for Human Rights, Women in Black, Machsom Watch and Breaking the Silence.