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Tel Aviv's Tent City Protestors - 05 Sep 2011 
Tel Aviv's Tent City Protestors - 05 Sep 2011 
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September 04, 2011 
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A combination photo shows Alina (top), 24, homeless and voluntarily unemployed, at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv on August 10, 2011, and her tent in the same camp on August 9, 2011. Alina is taking part in an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel. When interviewed by Reuters, she said, "The protest is part of an ongoing process which started a few years ago in Israel. It calls for simplicity, for a focus on the important things in life. Running after money and materialism brought us to a dead end and I am here to be part of a change when it happens. Nothing external will take me away from the boulevard, the decision to stay or leave is a personal decision." Pictures taken August 9, 2011 and August 10, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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The tent belonging to Alina, 24, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which is part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 9, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Alina said, "The protest is part of an ongoing process which started a few years ago in Israel. It calls for simplicity, for a focus on the important things in life. Running after money and materialism brought us to a dead end and I am here to be part of a change when it happens. Nothing external will take me away from the boulevard, the decision to stay or leave is a personal decision." Picture taken August 9, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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Alina, 24, homeless and voluntarily unemployed, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which has become part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 10, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Alina said, "The protest is part of an ongoing process which started a few years ago in Israel. It calls for simplicity, for a focus on the important things in life. Running after money and materialism brought us to a dead end and I am here to be part of a change when it happens. Nothing external will take me away from the boulevard, the decision to stay or leave is a personal decision." Picture taken August 10, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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September 03, 2011 
Protesters take part in a demonstration calling for lower living costs and social justice in Tel Aviv... 
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Protesters take part in a demonstration calling for lower living costs and social justice in Tel Aviv... 
Protesters take part in a demonstration calling for lower living costs and social justice in Tel Aviv September 3, 2011. Hundreds of thousands marched on Saturday for lower living costs in the largest such rally in Israel's history, bolstering a social change movement and mounting pressure on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to take on economic reform. Protest leaders called it "the moment of truth" for the grassroots movement that has swollen since July from a cluster of student tent-squatters into a countrywide mobilisation of Israel's middle class. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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A combination picture shows Shlomo Kaspi, 62, a veteran protester and former Black Panther, and his tent (bottom) at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there, Kaspi said, "As someone who was in the centre of social uprisings in Israel in the 1970s, I came to support the fight for justice and equality. I came here also as I am facing a personal housing problem at the moment and I have nowhere else to go basically. As soon as winter comes, if that is what needs to be done, I'll build a little shelter and stay here as I have no other choice. This struggle has to take a more aggressive direction because from my experience nothing will change by sitting, talking and being nice, when it comes to protests about these types of matters and it doesn't get violent, it will fade away and go into the basket of history and nothing will really change." Pictures taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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The tent of Shlomo Kaspi, 62, a veteran protester and former Black Panther, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there, Kaspi said, "As someone who was in the centre of social uprisings in Israel in the 1970s, I came to support the fight for justice and equality. I came here also as I am facing a personal housing problem at the moment and I have nowhere else to go basically. As soon as winter comes, if that is what needs to be done, I'll build a little shelter and stay here as I have no other choice. This struggle has to take a more aggressive direction because from my experience nothing will change by sitting, talking and being nice, when it comes to protests about these types of matters and it doesn't get violent, it will fade away and go into the basket of history and nothing will really change." Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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Shlomo Kaspi, 62, a veteran protester and former Black Panther, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there, Kaspi said, "As someone who was in the centre of social uprisings in Israel in the 1970s, I came to support the fight for justice and equality. I came here also as I am facing a personal housing problem at the moment and I have nowhere else to go basically. As soon as winter comes, if that is what needs to be done, I'll build a little shelter and stay here as I have no other choice. This struggle has to take a more aggressive direction because from my experience nothing will change by sitting, talking and being nice, when it comes to protests about these types of matters and it doesn't get violent, it will fade away and go into the basket of history and nothing will really change." Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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A combination picture shows Shai Dagan, 42, a soundman, and his tent at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there Dagan said, "I see this protest as something in the core of Israeli society. Financially life here is just too difficult. The fight to make a living even for people who have a decent job creates a lot of side effects in terms of daily interactions between people and between people towards the system. People are bitter and angry in a country that is rich but the people are poor. Even in months when I get work every day I can't make more than a very basic living and that means something is wrong here." The sign reads: "A land that devours its inhabitants". Pictures taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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The tent of Shai Dagan, 42, a soundman, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, as part on an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there, Dagan said, "I see this protest as something in the core of Israeli society. Financially, life here is just too difficult. The fight to make a living even for people who have a decent job creates a lot of side effects in terms of daily interactions between people and between people towards the system. People are bitter and angry in a country that is rich but the people are poor. Even in months when I get work every day I can't make more than a very basic living and that means something is wrong here." The sign reads: "A land that devours its inhabitants". Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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Shai Dagan, a 42 year-old soundman, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 19, 2011. When asked why he was there Dagan said, "I see this protest as something in the core of Israeli society. Financially life here is just too difficult. The fight to make a living even for people who have a decent job creates a lot of side effects in terms of daily interactions between people and towards the system. People are bitter and angry in a country that is rich but the people are poor. Even in months when I get work every day I can't make more than a very basic living and that means something is wrong here." Picture taken August 19, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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A combination picture shows Maayan Fogel, 26, a design student, and his tent at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, during an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 11, 2011. When asked why he was there, Fogel said, "I know nothing about economics but it is very clear to me that the resources don't get used well. The job of our government is to find solutions so that the system will work more efficiently. Going out to the streets creates a much better and more direct link between the people and the government. We came to stay, the problems are endless and I don't expect things to be corrected overnight. At the same time I'll stay here for as long as it takes, though the change Israel needs is a shift of consciousness which should come from each individual." Pictures taken August 11, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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The tent of Maayan Fogel, 26, a design student, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, during an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 11, 2011. When asked why he was there Fogel said, "I know nothing about economics but it is very clear to me that the resources don't get used well. The job of our government is to find solutions so that the system will work more efficiently. Going out to the streets creates a much better and more direct link between the people and the government. We came to stay, the problems are endless and I don't expect things to be corrected overnight. At the same time I'll stay here for as long as it takes, though the change Israel needs is a shift of consciousness which should come from each individual." Picture taken August 11, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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Maayan Fogel, 26, a design student, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, taking part in an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 11, 2011. When asked why he was there, Fogel said, "I know nothing about economics but it is very clear to me that the resources don't get used well. The job of our government is to find solutions so that the system will work more efficiently. Going out to the streets creates a much better and more direct link between the people and the government. We came to stay, the problems are endless and I don't expect things to be corrected overnight. At the same time I'll stay here for as long as it takes, though the change Israel needs is a shift of consciousness which should come from each individual." Picture taken August 11, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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A combination picture shows Kobi Shahar, a 33 year-old musician, and his tent at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 17, 2011. When asked why he was there, Shahar said, "Justice is my motivation to take part in this protest. The health system damages our health. The lawyers distort justice. The police create fear instead of giving security. The government serves the people closest to it instead of serving the people. The media creates the reality according to its agenda, instead of reporting reality." Pictures taken August 17. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SPORT SOCCER) 
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The tent of Kobi Shahar, 33, a musician, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, as he takes part in an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 17, 2011. When asked why he was there, Shahar said, "Justice is my motivation to take part in this protest. The health system damages our health. The lawyers distort justice. The police create fear instead of giving security. The government serves the people closest to it instead of serving the people. The media creates the reality according to its agenda, instead of reporting reality." Picture taken August 17. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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Kobi Shahar, 33, a musician, is pictured at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, taking part in an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 17, 2011. When asked why he was there, Shahar said, "Justice is my motivation to take part in this protest. The health system damages our health. The lawyers distort justice. The police create fear instead of giving security. The government serves the people closest to it instead of serving the people. The media creates the reality according to its agenda, instead of reporting reality." Picture taken August 17, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS HEALTH) 
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A combination photo shows Kassa Yasso, a 22-year-old from Tel Aviv, and her tent (bottom) at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which is part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel August 15, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Yasso said, "I immigrated to Israel with my family from Ethiopia when I was two years old, since then I have always felt disconnected from social activities. Only when I came to visit a friend here did I [think] I should join. My financial situation as a young woman living in Israel is way too difficult. I face a housing problem at the moment and find it very hard, almost impossible to pay my rent. This protest started with the general housing problem in Israel but went a long way since, today it deals with other social issues such as racism against refugees, including Ethiopians." Pictures taken August 15, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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The tent belonging to Kassa Yasso, a 22-year-old from Tel Aviv, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which is part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 15, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Yasso said, "I immigrated to Israel with my family from Ethiopia when I was two years old, since then I have always felt disconnected from social activities. Only when I came to visit a friend here did I [think] I should join. My financial situation as a young woman living in Israel is way too difficult. I face a housing problem at the moment and find it very hard, almost impossible to pay my rent. This protest started with the general housing problem in Israel but went a long way since, today it deals with other social issues such as racism against refugees, including Ethiopians." Picture taken August 15, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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Kassa Yasso, a 22-year-old from Tel Aviv, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 15, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Yasso said, "I immigrated to Israel with my family from Ethiopia when I was two years old, since then I have always felt disconnected from social activities. Only when I came to visit a friend here did I [think] I should join. My financial situation as a young woman living in Israel is way too difficult. I face a housing problem at the moment and find it very hard, almost impossible to pay my rent. This protest started with the general housing problem in Israel but went a long way since; today it deals with other social issues such as racism against refugees, including Ethiopians." Picture taken August 15, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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A combination photo shows Itzchak, a 23-year-old construction worker from a religious community in south Israel, and his tent (bottom) at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which is part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 23, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Itzchak said, "The issue of getting the Israeli people to be more united is my main motivation for being here. I get the chance to sit and actually talk and listen to people from many different backgrounds and origins such as Russians, hippies, right and left wingers, religious and seculars and the fact that we sit together and spend time together everyday or most of the day is a step towards unity. It might happen that because of family or work I will have to leave the camp at some point but even then I'm planning to come back and spend a bit of time here so that I'll still be part of this ongoing change together with everyone." The sign on the tent reads: "A land that devours its inhabitants". Pictures taken August 23, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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The tent belonging to Itzchak, a 23-year-old construction worker from a religious community in south Israel, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which is part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 23, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Itzchak said, "The issue of getting the Israeli people to be more united is my main motivation for being here. I get the chance to sit and actually talk and listen to people from many different backgrounds and origins such as Russians, hippies, right and left wingers, religious and seculars, and the fact that we sit together and spend time together everyday or most of the day is a step towards unity. It might happen that because of family or work I will have to leave the camp at some point but even then I'm planning to come back and spend a bit of time here so that I'll still be part of this ongoing change together with everyone." The sign on the tent reads: "A land that devours its inhabitants". Picture taken August 23. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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Itzchak, 23, a construction worker from a religious community in south Israel, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which is part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 23, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Itzchak said, "The issue of getting the Israeli people to be more united is my main motivation for being here. I get the chance to sit and actually talk and listen to people from many different backgrounds and origins such as Russians, hippies, right and left wingers, religious and seculars, and the fact that we sit together and spend time together everyday or most of the day is a step towards unity. It might happen that because of family or work I will have to leave the camp at some point but even then I'm planning to come back and spend a bit of time here so that I'll still be part of this ongoing change together with everyone." Picture taken August 23, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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A combination photo shows Eyal Hukayma, a 29-year-old handyman, and his tent (bottom) at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv August 11, 2011. Hukayma is taking part in an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel. When interviewed by Reuters, he said, "I set up my tent in Rothschild Boulevard on the first day of the protest some three and a half weeks ago. As a young man I see the economic erosion of the middle class in Israel and cannot see a future for myself. When I think about getting married and building a family, I cannot see how this is possible when the cost of living is just too expensive and for no reason. Also, for so long many social classes were deprived and this creates a situation where many families cannot advance and grow." The sign on the tent reads: "The people demand social justice". Pictures taken August 11, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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The tent belonging to Eyal Hukayma, a 29-year-old handyman, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel August 11, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Hukayma said, "I set up my tent in Rothschild Boulevard on the first day of the protest some three and a half weeks ago. As a young man I see the economic erosion of the middle class in Israel and cannot see a future for myself. When I think about getting married and building a family, I cannot see how this is possible when the cost of living is just too expensive and for no reason. Also, for so long many social classes were deprived and this creates a situation where many families cannot advance and grow." The sign on the tent reads: "The people demand social justice". Picture taken August 11, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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Eyal Hukayma, a 29-year-old handyman, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which is part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 11, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Hukayma said, "I set up my tent in Rothschild Boulevard on the first day of the protest some three and a half weeks ago. As a young man I see the economic erosion of the middle class in Israel and cannot see a future for myself. When I think about getting married and building a family, I cannot see how this is possible when the cost of living is just too expensive and for no reason. Also, for so long many social classes were deprived and this creates a situation where many families cannot advance and grow." Picture taken August 11, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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A combination photo shows Beni Zeevi, 47, posing for a portrait at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv on August 9, 2011, and his tent (bottom) in the same camp on August 10, 2011. Zeevi is taking part in an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel. When interviewed by Reuters, he said, "I joined the protest two days after it started and set up my tent on Rothschild Boulevard. I joined the protest to show my solidarity with its demand for change. Personally, I work and make a reasonable living but the direction Israel is going in, especially with regards to socio-economic issues, is wrong. I support a dramatic change of the Israeli leadership's priorities and this protest is another step in the direction towards a change. As long as the protest is not violent or too cynical and the atmosphere is good, I don't see a reason to stop it." The sign on the tent reads, "A barbershop haircut for free on the house - Beni Zeevi - Life is beautiful and love wins". Pictures taken August 9, 2011 and August 10, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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The tent belonging to Beni Zeevi, 47, a hairdresser, is pictured at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 10, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Zeevi said, "I joined the protest two days after it started and set up my tent on Rothschild Boulevard. I joined the protest to show my solidarity with its demand for change. Personally, I work and make a reasonable living but the direction Israel is going in, especially with regards to socio-economic issues, is wrong. I support a dramatic change of the Israeli leadership's priorities and this protest is another step in the direction towards a change. As long as the protest is not violent or too cynical and the atmosphere is good, I don't see a reason to stop it." The sign on the tent reads, "A barbershop haircut for free on the house - Beni Zeevi - Life is beautiful and love wins". Picture taken August 10, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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Beni Zeevi, 47, a hairdresser, poses for a portrait at a tent camp on Rothschild Boulevard in south Tel Aviv, which is part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 9, 2011. When interviewed by Reuters, Zeevi said, "I joined the protest two days after it started and set up my tent on Rothschild Boulevard. I joined the protest to show my solidarity with its demand for change. Personally, I work and make a reasonable living but the direction Israel is going in, especially with regards to socio-economic issues, is wrong. I support a dramatic change of the Israeli leadership's priorities and this protest is another step in the direction towards a change. As long as the protest is not violent or too cynical and the atmosphere is good, I don't see a reason to stop it." Picture taken August 9, 2011. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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A combination picture shows members of a youth movement awake and asleep in a tent city on a main boulevard in Tel Aviv, part of an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 9, 2011. When asked why they were there, Yotam Portnoi a member of the group said, "By being here we feel we encourage the dialogue between people about what is going on in our country. Our youth movement has a very strong social agenda and we decided to focus on the education problems while we at the camp because the education system in Israel has lost its values and ideologies. It has become a factory processing examination results. I see education as a tool that gives young people a fair chance and an equal starting point in life, from when they finish high school. By being so competitive and money orientated it misses the point. For good schooling in Israel these days you need to pay." Pictures taken August 9, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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Youths from an Israeli youth movement sleep on mattresses at a tent camp on a main boulevard in Tel Aviv, where they are taking part in an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 9, 2011. When asked why they were there, Yotam Portnoi, a member of the group, said, "By being here we feel we encourage the dialogue between people about what is going on in our country. Our youth movement has a very strong social agenda and we decided to focus on the education problems while we at the camp because the education system in Israel has lost its values and ideologies. It has become a factory processing examination results. I see education as a tool that gives young people a fair chance and an equal starting point in life, from when they finish high school. Being so competitive and money orientated it misses the point. For good schooling in Israel these days you need to pay." Picture taken August 9, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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Yotam Portnoi (C), 19, from a village in northern Israel, is pictured with his friends who are all part of the Agricultural Union youth movement, at a tent camp in south Tel Aviv, during an ongoing protest against the high cost of living in Israel, August 9, 2011. When asked why they were there, Portnoi said, "By being here we feel we encourage the dialogue between people about what is going on in our country. Our youth movement has a very strong social agenda and we decided to focus on the education problems while we are at the camp because the education system in Israel has lost its values and ideologies. It has become a factory processing examination results. I see education as a tool that gives young people a fair chance and an equal starting point in life, from when they finish high school. Being so competitive and money-orientated it misses the point. For good schooling in Israel these days you need to pay." Picture taken August 9, 2011. REUTERS/ Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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