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Right,Left clash during Nakba day rally held in Tel-Aviv university

Some 200 right wing protestors faced 400 leftist protestors who sought to hold a Palestinian 'Nakba Day' ceremony- commemorating 'disaster' of foundation of State of Israel.

During the ceremony an alternative 'Yizkor' prayer (prayer for the deads) was heard, the participents took one moment of silence and the list of the Arab villages destroyed in 1948 was heard.

Both Jews and Arabs were among the Nakba ceremony participents.

Two protesters,from both sides, were arrested after clashing with each other, and another one was arrested after torching a Palestinian flag.

According to TAU (Tel Aviv university) managment, the event got the aproval of the university and was legal, since "this is a memorial event, and is not calling to violence or other incitment."



Some 200 right wing protestors faced off with 400 leftist protestors who

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Added: May-14-2012 Occurred On: May-14-2012
By: aydeo
Other Middle East
Tags: Right, Left, Clash, Nakba day, Tel-Aviv university
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