5,000 Israeli Teenagers March To Mark International Workers’ Day

An activist waves an Israeli flag outside Israel's embassy in Moscow to voice support for the current Israeli military action in Lebanon, 23 July 2006 in Moscow.

Ynetnews reports: Over 5,000 teenagers, members of the youth groups HaNoar HaOved VeHaLomed (The General Federation of Students and Young Workers in Israel) and Dror-Israel (educational movement), marched in Tel Aviv on Sunday afternoon to mark May 1, the International Workers’ Day.

This year, the thousands of teenagers marched alongside representatives of workers unions, under the banner of the fight against exploitation of teenagers, youth, and pensioners in the work market.

Marchers waved red flags and staged scenes demonstrating exploitation in the work force.

The march ended at the Histadrut (General Organization of Workers) building in Tel Aviv, where certificates of appreciation were awarded to leading and new workers unions.

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