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Thousands of protesters outside Netanyahu’s home demand his resignation


Thousands of people protested outside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s home in Jerusalem as part of the call “National Week of Protest” called on the opposition against the government to call for early elections in Israel.

According to the Times of Israel, the march split into several directions throughout the residential area of ​​Rehavia, where a large police force tried to erect barricades to prevent protesters from passing.

On the other hand, in the Israeli parliament, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (1999-2001), who led the Israeli Democratic Party, encouraged protesters who gathered in tents in the area for the third night in a row.

The week of protests is expected to end on Saturday, April 6, with a large demonstration on Kaplan Street and Kidnapped Square in Tel Aviv to mark six months of Hamas attacks.

In a statement, several families of the hostages reminded Netanyahu that “the ransom of prisoners is sacred” and asked the negotiating team “not to return (to Israel) without an agreement.”

Other participants called Netanyahu on “messianic aspirations” and they accused him of not reaching an agreement for the sake of his own political survival.

An Israeli delegation has been in Cairo since Monday, discussing a possible ceasefire agreement and the return of hostages after weeks of deadlock, the agency said. EFE a source of Egyptian security in which the Islamist group Hamas participates indirectly without having a presence in the neighboring country.

The demands of both sides seem insurmountable because Hamas continues to call – as it has since the beginning – for a “comprehensive” ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. as a demand for a truce; in addition to the return of displaced persons to the north of the enclave and the withdrawal of Israeli troops from the Gaza Strip.

Almost 33 thousand Palestinians died Since the beginning of the war on October 7 in Gaza, more than 70% of them are women and children as a result of Israeli attacks.

In addition, destruction and famine are engulfing the enclave, and in the north at least 30 minors died from acute malnutrition. (Europe Press and EFE)

Source: Aristegui Noticias



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