Thousands rally in Israel as protests against Netanyahu gain steam

Thousands rally in Israel as protests against Netanyahu gain steam

Thousands of demonstrators gathered outside the official residence of Israeli PM Netanyahu on Saturday and thronged the streets of central Jerusalem. This was the latest in protests across the country calling for Netanyahu to resign, protesting his handling of the country’s COVID-19 crisis and saying he should not remain in office while on trial for corruption charges.

Chris 1 weeks

So every time politicians encounter political opposition they must step down from political office? Silly rabbit; you will have show trial of politicians by their opponents morning, noon and night!! I’m most disturbed by rumors of financial funding of Israel’s troubles by the unindicted George Soros—I hope that they are baseless.

Drunkin Lephrechaun
Drunkin Lephrechaun 6 days

Socialists don’t like a leader that is not a socialist, who knew?

Warren Oneal
Warren Oneal 6 days

A pity it took so long for the public to turn against Prime Minister Netanyahu, but better late than never. The sooner he leaves his position of power the better. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is deeply complex and it has been severely hindered by bad faith actors such as Mr. Netanyahu who has repeatedly directed his government to defy international law.


Well if the Jews can do it then so can we and if anyone says anything against it called them anti-Semitic. Whether I'm mean protest or police brutality is up to you.

Nick 1 weeks

Bring the water cannons to America!!!

Dr. Ötker
Dr. Ötker 1 weeks

Soros Funded as usual *yaawn*

Skot 6 days

War criminal. Human rights violator. It took his handling of COVID-19 to bring protests? Ok.

Fin 6 days

Bebe is a massively corrupt player... Israel needs a new pm.. Good luck

haroun 6 days

Netenyahu must go. If Trump loses i feel this will cayse all the Western right wing phonies/tinpot despots to fall.

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