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15.8.2014. 17:38
Tel Aviv

Thousands gather in Tel Aviv in support of South

Tens of thousands of demonstrators, including whole families from the South, kids and pets in tow, filled Tel Aviv’s Rabin Square on Thursday night to show solidarity with the towns near the Gaza border that have been constantly hit by rockets and mortar shells, the Jerusalem Post reports.
Protesters carried signs with slogans like “We won’t be quiet,” “Gaza border residents are Israeli citizens, too!” “Even one rocket is too many,” “We trust the IDF” and “Conquer Gaza now!” They chanted “The nation demands justice” and “We love the IDF.”

Deseci tisuća demonstranata , uključujući cijele obitelji sa Juga, djecu i ljubimce,  ispunile su Trg Rabina u  Tel-Avivu,  u četvrtak navečer kako bi pokazale solidarnost sa gradovima koji su u blizini granice s Gazom i stalno pod paljbom raketa i smrtonosnih hitaca. Demonstranti su nosili slogane kao " Mi nećemo biti tiho", "Stanovnici na granici s Gazom su također  Izraelski građani" ," I samo jedna raketa je previše", "Mi vjerujemo IDF"," Pobjedi Gazu odmah!" ; Pjevali su " Narod traži pravdu" i "Mi volimo IDF"  (Izraelske odbrambene snage)

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One sign in English quoted the film The Good, The Bad and The Ugly in an apparent reference to the recent spate of on-and-off cease-fires: “If you want to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk.” Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai, one of the first speakers at the rally, hailed the “courageous partnership between towns in the South and Tel Aviv.

“We are partners in the path of Zionism and in loving the land, and we share a joint destiny in this land,” Huldai added.
Sderot Mayor Alon Davidi said residents of the South will no longer accept the so-called drizzle of rockets and mortars, to enthusiastic applause from the crowd.

“This isn’t politics; there is no Right or Left here,” he said. “It is clear, understood and elementary. We want a safe, quiet life so we can develop and thrive. We are sick of promises and declarations. Any compromise made is compromising our lives and our future.

Our blood is not cheap!”