Demonstration against Gaza withdrawal
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 11/4/2004
In Tel Aviv, the Israeli police on Tuesday dispersed violently a banned demonstration organized by the extremists rightist Kakh movement to protest against the plan of the Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon to withdraw from Gaza.
The police men beat one demonstrator who was carrying a banner in which written was " Sharon is a fascist." Others were controlled and were dragged on the road and were taken to prison.
Additional backing forces from the police arrived in Qeifat Shaoul to the west of Jerusalem where the 14th death anniversary of Kakh founder Rabbi Maer Kahan.
Kakh movement calls for the expulsion of the Arabs from "Greater Israel" whose Torah borders extends from the Mediterranean to the Jordan river. This movement was banned after one of its members Baroukh Gouldstien killed 29 Palestinians in February 1994 while they were praying in al-Aqsa mosque in Hebron.
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