Hundreds of officers from the commanders of combat military units in the various weapons of the Israeli army will set out, next Wednesday, in a 50-kilometer march, from the Armored Corps Museum in Latrun to the headquarters of the Supreme Court in West Jerusalem, as part of the expansion of demonstrations against Benjamin Netanyahu and his government, inside Israel, while Hundreds of Jews in Europe, the United States and Canada are calling for demonstrations, on Sunday; Condemning “Netanyahu’s plan against harming democracy.”
General Tal Rosso, who heads the organizing committee for the army march, said that what distinguishes this demonstration is that those who led Israel’s most important battles from the air force, navy, special units, and paratroopers are raising their voice to save the country from dictatorship, “regardless of their political affiliations.” The protests include individuals from the right, left, and center, as well as from all social strata and sects, to counter the government’s plan to demolish the judicial system.
Meanwhile, the Israeli police arrested the former commander of the Air Force, Brigadier General Zeev Raz, and a number of field opposition leaders, on Sunday, on charges of threatening to kill Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, then he was released after interrogation, but he refused to apologize for his statements, “because the Israeli police serve an agenda.” Unilateral, there are prominent activists in the (Likud) party who threatened to kill the government’s judicial advisor, Gali Behrav Mayara, who criticized Netanyahu.
The pilot, Ze’ev Raz, had accused Netanyahu, in a post on Facebook, Saturday, of trying to destroy Israeli democracy. He said, “If a prime minister assumes dictatorial powers, he must die. Simply so, together with his ministers and those who carried out his words.