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Week rainbow in the sky at Tel Aviv Gay Pride 2013
(Blogmensgo, 7 June 2013) Gay Pride scroll through the streets of Tel Aviv tomorrow Friday, June 7, 2013. Two days earlier, police announced the arrest of suspects in the investigation into the shooting in August 2009.
Autin and Bruno Vincent Boileau, the first gay married France, are the guests of honor at the Pride Parade in Tel Aviv, where three days of happiness are available to them with accommodation supported by the Ambassador of France. (source)]
Below is the official video of Gay Pride in Tel Aviv. The song is performed by Doron Medli Omer Adam, with Eliad Cohen model and the troupe Arisa for the choreography.
Really nice music video below:
Fifty events punctuate the Pride Week in Tel Aviv between June 2 and June 8 The highlight will be the Gay Pride parade ( route ), which is expected some 100,000 people including 20,000 tourists from the Middle East and especially in Europe and the United States.
Several political figures involved in the event, starting with Ron Huldai, mayor of Tel Aviv, as well as Justice Minister Tzipi Livni and Yair Lapid, founder of the centrist party Yesh Atid. Limor Livnat, current Minister of Culture and Sports, is one of the official speakers.
The White City is decked with flags rainbow sky. On the route of the Gay Pride and everywhere else, but on the gay beach at the Hilton. This video filmed in 2012 gives an overview of the gay beach and a very international visitors - and full of biceps.
It is in this context that ultra festive police said on June 5, 2013, have arrested four people suspected of involvement in the shooting that killed two people and injured five others in a gay youth center in Tel Aviv almost four years ago.
Police today excludes track homophobic crime and think - after having had doubts about it - that Palestinian militants are there for nothing. The four people arrested are all Jews. The track currently used is that of a revenge which the Sponsor, the performer and the exact mobile are as yet unknown.
Tel Aviv, Israel's second largest city, is generally considered more tolerant than the capital Jerusalem in respect of minorities in general and in particular sexual orientation.
Radio France Internationale (RFI) to take this event to develop a long cross portrait of four Israeli gays belonging to communities that stigmatize homosexuality. Presentationhere, reporting in MP3 here (click on the button to start the sound).