Police threaten to ban march to Gush Katif

Sunday, July 31, 2005 | 
Israeli police are threatening to ban protest marches scheduled for Tuesday, as Yesha (The Council of Jewish Communities in Judea, Samaria, and Gaza Strip) plan a rally in the Negev town of Sderot, followed by a march to Gush Katif. The police are considering blocking all roads the settlers plan to travel on. Education Minister Limor Livnat believes that it’s wrong to ban anti-disengagement demonstrations. “This large segment of the public must be allowed to express its protest and remain within the context of the law. The behavior of the Yesha Council at Kfar Maimon revealed responsibility and an ability to control the situation. Therefore solutions must be proposed now in order to find a way.” Photo: Police Chief Moshe Karadi

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