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Thousands of Israelis marched Saturday in Tel Aviv in support of the recognition of a Palestinian state, and to show their rejection of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speech to the US Congress last week. "Bibi (Benjamin Netnayhu) wake up, it's time to recognise Palestine" and "Israel, Palestine, two states for two people" were some of the slogans chanted.
Around 4,000 demonstrators attended the march, according to the police. The march started in the central Rabin Square and ended at the Tel Aviv Museum Square with speeches from opposition Israeli figures from the parties Kadima, Meretz, Hadash and the Labour party, as well as Israeli peace organisations.