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Radical Leftists Attack Dozens Marching in Support of Hebron Shooter

Demonstrators, among them former lawmaker Michael Ben-Ari, were attacked by five masked suspects, one of which sprayed them with tear gas.

A demonstration in solidarity with an Israeli soldier on trial for killing a subdued Palestinian assailant was attacked by members of a radical leftist group on Wednesday in Tel Aviv.
According to the police, five masked suspects charged at the demonstrators, with one spraying them with tear gas. According to photographs uploaded by the leftist Antifa group on Facebook, former lawmaker Michael Ben-Ari, who participated in the demonstration, was hurt by tear gas.
The suspects were arrested by the police.
Attorney Itamar Ben Gvir, a prominent figure in extreme right-wing politics, demanded the attorney general to outlaw the group in response to the attack.

Noa Shpigel
Haaretz Correspondent

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