The protest march of September 3--where to?

Efrat, Yacov Ben
September 2011
Challenge (07924143);2011, p3
The article reports on the protest march of September 3, 2011 in Israel. The protest involved 460 thousand people taking to the streets in a movement that sought to create a new socio-economic agenda. Daphni Leef, the natural leader of the tent protest, believes that the political system was oblivious to the reality that the country is falling apart. The movement, joined by The Organization for Democratic Action (ODA), rallied under the slogan of "Social Justice" seeking "Social" change.


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