Tens of thousands of Israeli settlers staged protests in the largest cities of the Occupied Lands of Palestine against the Netanyahu government.

Iran PressMiddle East: The Israeli media reported that more than 40,000 of protesters held a massive rally again on Saturday in Tel Aviv in the occupied territories against controversial judicial reforms planned by the Israeli regime's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

The participants warn that his extremist cabinet's proposed judicial reforms were set to give the regime more control over appointments in the judiciary.

Netanyahu has dismissed the protests, which are now in their fourth week, as a refusal by leftist opponents to accept the results of last November's election, which produced one of the most extremist cabinets in the regime's history.


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