Israeli protests J14 Tel Aviv In wake of self immolation
Israeli protests J14 Tel Aviv Thousands took to the streets of Tel Aviv on July 14 for a social justice protest marking the one-year anniversary of the J14 movement, which calls for socioeconomic reforms. One protestor set fire to himself, with fellow demonstrators reading a letter he left behind. Israeli activists read the letter left by Moshe Silman, minutes after he set himself on fire, during a social justice demo, July 14, 2012 The letter reads: "The State of Israel has stolen from me and robbed me, left me with nothing and the Tel Aviv District Court blocked me from getting justice. — registrar at the Tel Aviv District court, broke the law, disrupted legal proceedings, out of condescension. It won't even assist me with my rental fees Two committees from the Ministry of Housing have rejected me, despite the fact that I have undergone a stroke and was granted 100% work disability Ask the manager of Amidar, in Hafia, on Hanevi'im Street. I blame the State of Israel I blame Bibi Netanyahu and [Minister of Finance] Yuval Steinitz both scum for the humiliation that disenfranchised citizens go through day in and day out, that take from the poor and give to the rich, and to public servants those that serve the State of Israel The National Health Insurance, especially —, the manager of their operations, and the manager of their claims department, —, on Lincoln Street in Tel Aviv, who illegally seized my work equipment for my truck. The Haifa National Insurance Institute <b>...</b>
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