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Social Justice Protests in Israel
Like America, Israel is no fit place to live in.
by Stephen Lendman
Last summer, Israelis protested for weeks for social justice. Hundreds of thousands rallied throughout the country.
Hoped for change never came. Netanyahu made promises he never kept. Public anger again erupted. On May 12, Haaretz headlined "Israelis take to the streets in renewed social justice protests," saying:
Thousands rallied in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square. Others did nationwide under the banner "Returning the country to the citizens."
"We want justice, not charity."
"Taking from the poor, giving to the rich, what a country of corruption."
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