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Fiery but mostly peaceful protests broke out in Israel on Sunday night after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired a high-ranking defense minister for opposing his push to turn Israel into a full-blown Jewish supremacist dictatorship.
March 26, 2023
March 26, 2023
From RT, "Netanyahu fires defense minister":
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired his defense minister, Yoav Gallant, on Sunday, less than a day after Gallant attempted to put the brakes on the PM’s controversial effort to overhaul the nation’s judiciary system. Massive protests soon broke out condemning the move.Netanyahu came out last week to once again condemn Donald Trump for his "horrible" dinner with Kanye "Ye" West and Nick Fuentes but in his own country he has filled his cabinet to the brim with far-right Jewish supremacists who make America's far-right look like moderates.
Whereas the "far-right" in America is debating immigration restrictions, abortion and pushing for bans on child sex-changes, the far-right in Israel is debating whether or not to jail Christians en masse and imprison them for preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The far-right in Israel is leading anti-Palestinian pogroms, calling for entire Palestinian villages to be "wiped out" and claiming "there's no such thing as Palestinians because there's no such thing as a Palestinian people."
They're currently debating whether or not to overthrow their Supreme Court because the justices think minorities should be afforded a few meager rights.
According to the latest reports, right-wing activists in Israel are "using Whatsapp and other social media platforms to call on supporters to take up arms and use vehicles to attack anti-government protesters."
"In one group, known as 'The Unapologetic Right', a member called on protesters to to bring 'gasoline, explosives, tractors, guns and knives,'" The Middle East Eye reports.
A group of Jewish supremacists were filmed setting a Palestinian home ablaze in the occupied West Bank on Sunday night.
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