On video: the story of a female slave-protest on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv (documentation on social networks according to Section 27 A of the Copyright Law)
The writer Margaret Atwood, who wrote the book on which the successful series "A Handmaid's Tale" is based, expressed excitement about the slave girl parades that are taking place in Israel in protest of the legal revolution.
Atwood shared a video on Twitter in which dozens of women dressed like the handmaids in "The Handmaid's Tale" are seen marching along Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv in an orderly fashion and added and wrote: "Amazing!".
About a month ago, Atwood referred to the Israeli protest against the legal revolution and retweeted a tweet that read: "More than 20 people reminded the 100,000 Israelis who demonstrated against the legal reform, which set itself the goal of weakening the Supreme Court, what might happen when a group of fanatical religious men take over on the government. We will not allow this to happen in Israel to any woman."
Margaret Atwood is excited about the slave parade:
Singer Efrat Gush participated yesterday in the "Story of a Handmaid's Tale" parade of the Alternative Builders movement on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv, as part of the widespread wave of protests against the legal revolution.
In addition, she sang "I have no other country" into a megaphone when dozens of her female slave parade friends joined her.
Watch above Efrat Ghosh's performance of "I have no other country", which has long become one of the protest anthems.
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