The right to protest is left out

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Let’s be pro-Active and keep on top of this.

According to the new order, Israelis, foreigners and Palestinians who do not live in the village will not be able to enter the protest area from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Fridays until August 17.

I guess I’m curious. Is there any place in the world where foreigners, non citizens and non residents have a
right to  break laws (even laws they disagree with) in order to protest an issue they are not directly concerned with? Not anywhere I’ve ever lived. Let’s talk about this.

About David Guy

B.A./B.C.A. (Communication and Media Arts) University of Wollongong, AUSTRALIA M.A. in Government (Diplomacy and Conflict Studies) Inter Disciplinary Center, Herzliya, ISRAEL Twitter @5MFI
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