Some 500 people, including members of the LGBT community, gathered Saturday evening to commemorate the third anniversary of the shooting spree at an LGBT center in Tel Aviv. Two people were killed in the August 2009 attack and fifteen others were wounded.
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During the ceremony, Livni noted that the memorial "wasn't only meant for the victims, but also as a reminder to Israeli society… that people have the right to live in dignity in the state of Israel."
"Equality and justice do not solely belong to the political Left," Livni added, "These words should belong to all," she said, noting that equality was not only a democratic value, but also a Jewish one.
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