More than 2,000 people took to the streets of Tel Aviv to protest the recent violent acts, including the murder of an 18-month-old toddler. The dead toddler's uncle, Nasser Dawabsheh, attended the rally in Tel Aviv. "[Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu offers his condolences, but we ask the defense minister and the IDF to restore security in the village of Douma and in all Palestinian villages. We want this to be the end of the suffering of our people. Before Ali there was Mohammed Abu Khdeir, and we don't know who will be next. We want the fires to end," Dawabsheh said during the rally in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square. Thousands of demonstrators gathered to speak up against the so-called "Jewish terror," following brutal attacks by extremists against Palestinians. Attacks on gays in a pride march by Jewish extremists were also protested in the rally.
The demonstration was attended by several Israeli leaders including former President Shimon Perez and opposition leader Isaac Herzog. "Terror is terror, period. Terrorists are terrorists, period, whether Muslim or Jewish," opposition leader and Zionist Union head Isaac Herzog said. Jewish settlers are suspected of setting fire to a Palestinian home in the occupied West Bank, killing 18-month-old toddler Ali Dawabsheh, and critically injuring his 4-year-old brother and parents. The rally was organized by the Peace Now settlement organization. There were also smaller anti-violence rallies organized in other cities including Haifa, Beersheba and Jerusalem.
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