Tens Of Thousands Attend Anti-Netanyahu Rally In Tel Aviv

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TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Tens of thousands of Israelis are gathering at a Tel Aviv square under the banner "Israel wants change" and calling for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be replaced in March 17 national elections.

Saturday night's rally at Rabin Square is the highest profile demonstration yet in the run-up to the election. It is organized by a non-profit organization seeking to change Israel's priorities and refocus on health, education, housing and the country's cost of living. Though not officially endorsed by any political party, it drew mostly supporters of leftist and centrist parties.

The rally's keynote speaker is former Mossad chief Meir Dagan who recently slammed Netanyahu's conduct and called him "the person who has caused the greatest strategic damage to Israel."

Tens Of Thousands Attend Anti-Netanyahu Rally In Tel Aviv

Is this the end of Netanyahu? Are enough Israelis finally fed up with him? I hope so...
 

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so?

what does that have to us. or are you making excuse for the way your party acted like jerks against one of our closest allies
 

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TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Tens of thousands of Israelis are gathering at a Tel Aviv square under the banner "Israel wants change" and calling for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be replaced in March 17 national elections.

Saturday night's rally at Rabin Square is the highest profile demonstration yet in the run-up to the election. It is organized by a non-profit organization seeking to change Israel's priorities and refocus on health, education, housing and the country's cost of living. Though not officially endorsed by any political party, it drew mostly supporters of leftist and centrist parties.

The rally's keynote speaker is former Mossad chief Meir Dagan who recently slammed Netanyahu's conduct and called him "the person who has caused the greatest strategic damage to Israel."

Tens Of Thousands Attend Anti-Netanyahu Rally In Tel Aviv

Is this the end of Netanyahu? Are enough Israelis finally fed up with him? I hope so...
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Why do you care? Just for the sake of hate? Thought so.
 

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TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Tens of thousands of Israelis are gathering at a Tel Aviv square under the banner "Israel wants change" and calling for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be replaced in March 17 national elections.

Saturday night's rally at Rabin Square is the highest profile demonstration yet in the run-up to the election. It is organized by a non-profit organization seeking to change Israel's priorities and refocus on health, education, housing and the country's cost of living. Though not officially endorsed by any political party, it drew mostly supporters of leftist and centrist parties.

The rally's keynote speaker is former Mossad chief Meir Dagan who recently slammed Netanyahu's conduct and called him "the person who has caused the greatest strategic damage to Israel."

Tens Of Thousands Attend Anti-Netanyahu Rally In Tel Aviv

Is this the end of Netanyahu? Are enough Israelis finally fed up with him? I hope so...
Isnt that a great thing? What is the result when similar dissension occurs in Damascus and Tehran?
 

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It is up to rivlin, who he asks to form a government. It could take months before we know who is PM.
The two main parties are from the right, so either way Bibi might still be in charge.
 

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