More than a thousand marched in Tel Aviv against Russia
Protest in Israel against Russia: More than a thousand people marched on the streets of Tel Aviv this evening (Saturday) on their way to the Russian embassy in Israel in protest of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The demonstration, organized by an organization of Israelis from Ukraine and the former Soviet Union, left the stage and joined another demonstration in front of the Russian embassy. Demonstrators waved signs condemning Russian President Vladimir Putin and shouted, “Bennett, stop the war.”The organizers of the demonstration in front of the Russian embassy said: “The State of Israel must act with humanity and compassion and open its gates to war refugees from Ukraine whose world has been destroyed, without conditions and without restrictions.

Demonstration of support for Ukraine, Tel Aviv | Photo: N12
Demonstration of support for Ukraine, Tel Aviv (Photo: N12)
Demonstration of support for Ukraine, Tel Aviv | Photo: N12
Demonstration of support for Ukraine, Tel Aviv (Photo: N12)
Demonstration of support for Ukraine, Tel Aviv | Photo: N12

Meanwhile, two people were injured in the afternoon in a fight between supporters of Ukraine and supporters of Russia in Ashdod. The two were evacuated for medical treatment in the emergency department at Assuta Hospital in Ashdod under the influence of alcohol, with injuries to the head and limbs.

Dr. Debra West, director of the hospital’s emergency department, said: “This afternoon, two people with multiple head and limb injuries arrived at the hospital by the police, both under the influence of alcohol and alcohol. “The hospital’s emergency department has treated a lot of unique cases, but this is the first time we are treating the wounded following a war outside Israel’s borders.”

By Editor

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