Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Tahrir Square of Israel!

Thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets in seven cities across Israel, and their social slogans are rapidly being replaced by the calls for the government to step down. The biggest rally is underway in Tel Aviv with around 150,000 people having gathered at the "Tahrir Square of Israel." Police have arrested several activists who were blocking roads in the centre of Tel Aviv, calling for Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu to quit over government policies.In Israel, mainstream
media are being accused of burying their heads in the sand over coverage of the biggest anti-government protests the country has seen in decades.
The protests “will definitely pose a real shift in the Israeli society and unite all opposition groups against Netanyahu, and he will either have to change some of his main policies [taken place] over the past two and a half years or probably [he] will have to go,” Mukhaimer Abu Seada.


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