About 200 disabled people gathered to demonstrate in favor of allotment of equal to minimum wage
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- 9 June, 2018 In Tel Aviv, a battle is being waged for the future of Eritrea Violent clashes between asylum seekers reflect the wide rift between dissidents and supporters of the regime. Either way, Israel could do a lot more, critics say
- 25 June, 2018 Thousands attend gender-segregated Chabad event in central Tel Aviv Although the event's organizers said in court that people of both genders would be allowed to move freely, a Haaretz reporter was barred from entering the women's area
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- 28 August, 2018 Ayalon Highway briefly closed for disabled’s protest Police close one of Israel's busiest roads from Herzliya to Tel Aviv for half an hour as well as Azrielly junction as people with disabilities demand their benefits are raised to equal minimum wage.