Unfortunately, the pro-lockdown position favored by Fauci and several US media outlets has become a matter of ideological commitment.
Led by former army officers, demonstrators peacefully entered the building to express anger over the Beirut explosion and economic woes, before being forced out 3 hours later. Troops use rubber bullets, tear gas to force group led by ex-army officers out of several ministries and a bank HQ, as anger over port explosion surges.
While still a small contingent compared to majority of protesters, some who once voted for the Likud leader are making common cause with those on the left in calling for him to go. Saturday night’s protest against Netanyahu was the largest so far, with organizers claiming as many as 32,000 people packing the square outside the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem.