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A large number of youth group members were present at the rally, as well as activists belonging to Labor, Peace Now, and Meretz. Posters said, "Ivette – Niet" and "Fight racism – protect Zionism" as well as "Fight the government of darkness".
Hussein Rawidi, whose son Hossam was allegedly stabbed to death by a group of Jewish teens, also spoke at the rally. "My son fell victim to racism in Jerusalem. I've come here to say that we are fighting racism together, Jews and Arabs. I ask the court to punish those responsible for the murder," he said.