TEL AVIV - Dozens of anti-pullout protesters gathered at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv Thursday to spend the night on the street in protest to the disengagement plan, under the slogan "We can't sleep well." "Hundreds of people from around the country arrived here tonight, in protest to the plan to evacuate and withdraw (from the settlements), and to show solitary to our brothers the heroes from Gush Katif and Shomron (northern West Bank)," 25-year-old Pini from Yeruchum said. He said they plan to sleep on the sidewalk along Tel Aviv's central Ibn Gvirol Street. "We've been talking to people on the street and they are very supportive, more than we expected," he said. Connecting people to a harsh reality Fellow Yeruchum resident, 25-year-old Ofer said he chose to take part in the protest because he is unable to sleep well knowing the disengagement plan is to be carried out. "We are afraid of the expulsion of the Jews and of the increase in terror," he said. "We are connecting people on the street with the face of wretchedness and destruction." Michael from the Golan Heights said he decided to joined the demonstration to protest the pullout's injustice. He said many people arrived at the square with sleeping bags and have been handing out orange ribbons and information. "I am surprised by the sympathetic responses, some take an orange ribbon, and some say they support us, even without the ribbon," he said. In my opinion, the nation has started waking up and I hope it will trigger pressure from below, so that those responsible above will go along with the nation."