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israeli soldiers patrolling on foot and in jeeps in Nablus market area and town centre arabs buying things from stalls - most are open now following yesterdays partial strike in support of arafat and the demonstration that followed. fears that the strike, or a demonstration, would continue today were resolved by a very concentrated military presence. general views of the market area
so-called demo in tel aviv called by the black panthers against the rise in food prices. three nights of rioting in the poor area of tel aviv seem to have exhausted the fervour of the panthers and only about 150 turned up. the police kept a low profile and there was no trouble. man speaking is a leader of the panthers from Jerusalem. the panthers represent the generally poor sephardic Jews who say they get a raw deal in the state, ???nners in hebrew saying "our children need sugar" and "down with the government and prices." demo was held in town hall square.
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