One more said:
"We will not agree to an irresponsible Israeli attack on Iran, leading to a war with an unknown end-date and casualty count. The billions that this war will cost will be paid by us -- in health, education, housing -- and in blood."
Iranians began responding with peace messages on their own "Israel loves Iran" Facebook page. One read:
"My Israeli Friends
I don't hate you
I don't want War
"Dear Israeli Friends and World! Iranians love peace and we hate hate!....and we don't need any Nuclear Power show it.
"I'm from Iran and love your idea and your efforts against war and for peace. I am really happy to get to know you and people like you, and hope to find more people like you."
Saturday night, up to 1,000 flooded Tel Aviv's Habima Square. They deplore war and support peace. They chanted anti-Netanyahu slogans and railed against AIPAC.
Perhaps greater numbers will begin expressing themselves publicly.
A February Israeli Democracy Institute (IDI) survey showed most Israelis oppose war. Less than a third of Israeli Jews and Arabs support it. The study's part of IDI's Peace Index series.
A January Jerusalem Report survey showed Israelis mostly fear themselves. Around 60% said their greatest future fear's internal. About 40% worry most about destruction from an outside enemy.