On March 17 Israeli voters will decide whether they want to keep Benjamin Netanyahu as their Prime Minister. The outspoken and controversial leader has created a lot of political enemies, and the people are publically expressing their dissatisfaction with him as well.
People all over Israel want him to leave office, and those people come from different political agendas. His anti-White House stand has created a crack in the political arena of Israel. But other important issues seem to be in a state of turmoil as well thanks to Netanyahu’s bold and defying attitude.
One non-profit organization, in particular, wants to change Israeli priorities, and the first change is giving the Prime Minister his walking papers. Housing costs, healthcare, education and the cost of living in the country are issues that the people want to change, and this particular group led by Meir Dagan, the Former Mossad chief got supporters excited. People at Anastasia Date have heard that the rally in Rabin Square was the largest demonstration to date against Netanyahu. Most of the supporters were from centrist parties and leftist, but the message was clear: Netanyahu has to go and fast.