Settlers’ rally against Netanyahu turns violent
A rally against the Israeli prime minister in occupied Palestine turned violent on Saturday night after Zionist police attacked the protesters who were demanding the resignation of Benjamin Netanyahu.
Israeli media reported that the police
clashed with protesters who were chanting slogans against Netanyahu regime and
blocking a road in Tel Aviv.
Some reports suggest several protesters were
injured in the clashes and some were arrested by the Zionist police.
Authorities have not specified the number of injuries or arrests.
The Zionist newspaper Haaretz reported that
thousands surrounded the Netanyahu's residence to demand a deal with the
Palestinian resistance movements to get Israeli captives released.
Demonstrators also demanded the early
elections, an issue Netanyahu is trying to avoid, with some calling the war on
Gaza a pre-planned move to distract Israeli public opinion.
Israelis have held a number of anti-Netanyahu
rallies, blaming the prime minister for the Gaza war and his failure to free
captives held by Palestinian fighters.