Thousands of Israelis took to the streets over the weekend to protest against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s alleged corruption and against his government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis. Israeli media estimated that about 15,000 protesters arrived at Netanyahu’s state residence in Jerusalem, where they carried banners calling on him to resign and to save Israeli democracy.
The weekend’s protests were reported to be the biggest in a series of weekly demonstrations near Netanyahu’s residence in Jerusalem. Protesters also arrived outside his private house in the Israeli city of Caesarea and hundreds gathered in Tel Aviv
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