Friday , June 14 2024

People in Israel protested against the government at midnight

More than four months have passed since the war between Israel and Hamas started, but many Israeli hostages are still in Hamas custody. Meanwhile, the public revolt against the Netanyahu government in Israel has intensified and they are taking to the streets to protest.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trapped in his own country amid the war between Hamas and Israel. Thousands of people rallied against the Netanyahu government in the capital Tel Aviv on Friday night. Opponents demanded immediate elections in Israel and said the government was acting only for its own benefit. During this time, some protesters also started arson, while others sang patriotic songs and carried placards criticizing Netanyahu.

Opposition to Netanyahu intensified

These demonstrations took place not only at one place but also in other parts of the city. During protests elsewhere, people demanded the government to take more steps to immediately release civilians held hostage by Hamas and chanted slogans such as 'bring the hostages home'.

Protesters are continuously protesting in Israel's capital Tel Aviv to put pressure on the government for a ceasefire with Hamas. There is a lot of dissatisfaction among a section of Israel regarding the Hamas issue and people are blaming Prime Minister Netanyahu for this entire mess.

Netanyahu has vowed to destroy Hamas

Let us tell you that Netanyahu has vowed to eliminate Hamas. Netanyahu has made it clear that the ceasefire will not be lifted until Hamas releases the hostages. Israel will continue its attacks. Because it would be like kneeling before Hamas. Israeli air and ground attacks have devastated large parts of Gaza, killing 28,775 people, mostly civilians, according to Palestinian health officials.

According to Israeli data, the Hamas attack on October 7 killed about 1,200 people, mostly civilians. Hamas militants also took 253 people hostage, although more than 100 of them were released during a ceasefire in late November.