Sun Mar 8, 2015 6:10AM
Tens of thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets in Tel Aviv to protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s policies, calling on him to step down ahead of the upcoming parliamentary elections.
According to media reports, over 40,000 protesters gathered in Rabin Square in Tel Aviv on Saturday evening, slamming Netanyahu’s warmongering policies and calling for change.
The protesters held banners reading “Israel wants a change” and chanted the slogan “Bibi, you’ve failed, go home,” referring to the premier’s nickname.
“We have a leader who fights only one campaign — the campaign for his own political survival,” said Meir Dagan (shown below), the former head of Israel’s Mossad spy agency, who addressed the demonstrators as the keynote speaker.
“For six years, Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu…
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