Demonstrations in front of the Knesset demanding Netanyahu’s departure

Thousands of Israelis, including a number of relatives of hostages held in Gaza, demonstrated again on Tuesday evening, demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and accusing him of betraying the popular trust.
Former Labor Prime Minister Ehud Barak called for holding “elections now,” warning that “the entry into Rafah will happen within a few weeks, but the elimination of Hamas will not be completed before a few months, and while waiting for that, the hostages will return in coffins,” considering that “even if The release of the hostages required a ceasefire, as crushing Hamas was possible.”

Einav Zangawker chanted on the radio, addressing Netanyahu: “You are waging a campaign against me, against the families of the hostages. You have turned against us.” You are a traitor to your people, to your voters, and to the State of Israel.”
Matan, Zangawker’s son, has been detained since the Hamas attack on October 7, which sparked the war in the Gaza Strip.

The woman added in front of the Israeli Parliament, while demonstrators gathered in front of her for the fourth evening in a row since Saturday: “She bears responsibility for October 7th in all possible forms.” You are obstructing an agreement regarding the hostages, and you are leaving us no choice. You must leave your position, and we will continue to pursue you, and we will not leave you alone day or night as long as my son Mattan remains a hostage in Gaza.

After weeks of demonstrations every Saturday in Tel Aviv, the anti-government camp and the families of the hostages have united their efforts to express their anger every evening since Sunday in front of the Knesset.
Some of them even spend the night in tents that were set up in the place.

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