Palestine (IP) - Israeli protesters came to the streets of Tel Aviv at night in a bid to increase pressure on Benjamin Netanyahu. They demanded the dismissal of the Israeli Prime Minister and the end of the Gaza war.

According to Iranpress, Israeli protesters came near the headquarters of the Zionist regime's army in Tel Aviv on Saturday night and insisted on the release of prisoners of war from the Hamas movement and the holding of snap parliamentary elections.

The Israeli protesters also declared their opposition to the war on the northern front, the Lebanese Hezbollah. The organizers of the anti-Netanyahu demonstrations announced their number as 160,000.

Meanwhile, the Israeli police attacked the anti-Netanyahu demonstrations in Tel Aviv and arrested a number of them through violence and beatings. 219

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