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by Brian Shilhavy, Health Impact News:

Tens of thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets this week to protest against their Conservative Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has gone on a rampage and has started bombing everyone from local aid workers trying to help Palestinian refugees to bombing the Iranian Embassy in Damascus Syria.

These protests in Israel are reportedly the largest protests to date since October 7, 2023 when the Hamas-Israel war started.


Israel in chaos as largest protests since 7 October erupt

Tens of thousands of Israelis gathered across Tel Aviv and other occupied cities for protests against their Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

For the first time, the families of the Israeli prisoners being held by the resistance in Gaza, who normally hold separate rallies, joined the massive crowds of anti-government protesters – whose movement initially started with the prime minister’s controversial overhaul initiative last year.

“The rallies are over, the protests have just begun,” said the spokesman for the Hostages and Missing Families Forum, Haim Rubinstein.

Israeli police detained over a dozen people and used water cannons against the protesters – who had blocked major roads in Tel Aviv.

Around a thousand protested outside the Israeli defense ministry in Tel Aviv, demanding an immediate prisoner exchange deal.

Demonstrators also clashed with police in Jerusalem, where around 200 rampaged through police barricades in order to protest outside Netanyahu’s home in the occupied holy city.

In occupied Caesaria, protesters were arrested while cutting off roads near the prime minister’s residence. (Full article.)

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