Sat 3 November 2018 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Kikar Rabin - Ibn Gvirol, Tel Aviv,
23 years ago, the State of Israel was stunned by the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
Even today, many years later, political discourse in Israel is saturated with division, incitement and incitement that tear Israeli society from within.
At the beginning of an election year, it is important that we remember – we all share one fate – the fate of this land.
Whatever the disagreements between us, we have to manage them in a responsible, respectful and honorable way for us and our children.
On Saturday night, 25 Cheshvan, November 3, we, the moderate majority, from the right and the left, will all stand in the square, protest against the split and incitement, and convey a message of hope and together we will change the face of Israeli society.