More than 100,000 take to streets to protest Netanyahu’s government

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More than 100,000 people protested in Tel Aviv on Saturday against the new government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to police estimates. The demonstrators, who denounce Netanyahu’s coalition as the most right-wing in the country’s history, gathered for the third Saturday evening in a row at several locations in the centre of the Israeli coastal city. Among other things, they waved Israeli flags. Posters read “Stop the end of democracy” or pictures of Netanyahu with the word “Criminal.” Former prime minister Yair Lapid also took part in the rally. The number of participants is…

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