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Jews and Arabs, Palestinians and Israelis together on Friday marched eastern part of Jerusalem, demanding the recognition of the independence of Palestine under the banner of "at first independence, then negotiate.
This event is a rare cooperation between the left movement of solidarity Sheikh Jarrah and the International Committee of East Jerusalem.
Organisers claim that this is the first Jewish-Arab event of its kind in 20 years.
The event was coordinated with the police, and organizers pledged to prevent any violence from the breaking, despite the expected action of the right.
The march took place in a symbolic way, following the Green Line, which was used for the separation of East and West Jerusalem until 1967.
It started at the Jaffa Gate and ended in the Sheikh Jarrah, the opposite route traveled by right-wing activists in Jerusalem Day last month.
The representative of the solidarity movement stressed that independence is "the action of people who yearn for freedom." And "Palestinian independence is not only a natural right of the Palestinian people. This is the only solution that can prevent a new wave of violence between Israelis and Palestinians. "
Most of the marchers held signs with the words of South African leader Nelson Mandela, and only free people can negotiate, and sang along the way, together we going to liberate Palestine.
One professor at Tel Aviv University has compared the march with the march for civil rights...
According people not willing join for the march
"Unilateral declaration of independence may cause more harm than good." and people who joined to the march said that this march is for freedom, love for humanity and hope.
The press and some demonstrators said:
This march has acquired special significance during the past few days, since the Knesset passed an anti-democratic "Law of the boycott," considering the law as an infringement of human rights.
The law allows prosecuting individuals and organizations calling for a boycott of products made in Israel.