Israel: Tens of Thousands Join Families of Hostages Calling for Bibi’s Resignation

Israel: Tens of Thousands Join Families of Hostages Calling for Bibi’s Resignation

Andrew Anglin



Bibi is out there saying the whole world has turned on the Jews…

But apparently, a lot of Jews have turned on the Jews?

The American media (which is completely run by the Jews) is doing their best not to report on these protests, because it really breaks the Netanyahu narrative that in order to oppose the slaughter in Palestine, you have to be a Jew-hater.

The Guardian:

Tens of thousands of people across Israel joined the families of hostages this weekend to protest against the government and call for the removal of Benjamin Netanyahu, as the Israeli prime minister grappled with one of the most serious threats yet to his coalition.

The protesters in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Be’er Sheva, Caesarea and other cities on Saturday – and at a further demonstration outside the Knesset in Jerusalem on Sunday – demanded the release of those still held captive in Gaza after close to six months, and labelled Netanyahu an “obstacle to the deal”, vowing to persist until he leaves power.

“It’s been 176 days that I haven’t turned a blind eye to the thoughts and fear of what Liri and the other abductees are going through,” said Shira Albag, the mother of one hostage, Liri Albag. “The people of Israel won’t forget or forgive anyone who prevents a deal that would bring them [the hostages] back to us. After 176 days, 4,224 hours, the excuses have run out.”

At a press conference on Sunday evening, shortly after it was announced that he was to be sedated for surgery on a hernia discovered during a routine examination, Netanyahu said Israel would press ahead with an offensive against Rafah, where half of Gaza’s population is estimated to be sheltering, and he said a combination of military pressure and flexibility in talks would bring about the release of hostages.

There is no amount of military pressure that will bring the release of hostages, and if he was going to talk, he would be doing that now instead of attacking Rafah.

Jared Kushner, who is very close with Bibi, is out there saying he’s going to sell the property in Gaza.

He doesn’t care about the hostages. They are a sacrifice he’s very willing to make, and then he will go around saying “I tried to save them but they died in a Holocaust.”

The nationwide protests also coincided with reports from the Egyptian TV station Al-Qahera, known for its ties to the country’s intelligence services, indicating that negotiations for a truce between Israel and Hamas were scheduled to resume in Cairo. A Hamas official told Agence France-Presse that it had not made a decision on whether to send a delegation.

An Israeli airstrike on Sunday hit a tent camp in the courtyard of a crowded hospital in central Gaza, killing two Palestinians and injuring another 15, including journalists working nearby. Gaza’s health ministry said on Sunday that at least 32,782 Palestinians had been killed since the start of the war, including 77 whose bodies had been brought to hospitals over the last 24 hours.

The families of hostages have urged ministers, including Netanyahu’s political rival and war cabinet minister Benny Gantz, to unite with other MKs in removing Netanyahu from power, accusing the PM of deliberately sabotaging efforts to secure the release of their relatives.

Gantz doesn’t care either.

Surely, Israelis have to know that?

“If the families knew how small the gap is, which Netanyahu is refusing to close in negotiations with Hamas, they would explode,” said Amos Malka, a former head of the Israel Defense Forces’ military intelligence directorate who was among the speakers at the rally in Tel Aviv on Saturday.

Einav Zangauker, the mother of Matan Zangauker, who is still held in Gaza, said Netanyahu’s handling of the hostages situation had been “incomprehensible and criminal”.

“Prime Minister Netanyahu, after you abandoned our families on 7 October, and after 176 days when you didn’t bring a deal [for their return], and because you are continually engaged in torpedoing a deal, we have realised that you are the obstacle to the deal. You are the obstacle. You are the one who stands between us and the return home of our loved ones,” she said.

Even whilst these protests are happening, and they’re pretty big, this is not the majority of Israelis. The majority of Israelis support Bibi, and probably support something even more extreme than what he is doing now.

There is no path to a change in government in Israel. Even Gantz, who would just do the same thing, is not viable. Bibi is overwhelmingly popular, and recent elections showed this.

Elvis Dunderhoff contributed to this report. 

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