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Source: Haaretz
Tel Aviv : Israel | almost 2 years ago  
The desperation that led Haifa resident Moshe Silman to set himself on fire on Saturday night in Tel Aviv, exactly one year after the first tents were erected on Rothschild Boulevard,...
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