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Israeli taxpayers’ money spent on Netanyahu’s holiday home: Report

Thousands of Israelis have taken to streets to protest against the austerity measures imposed by the regime.

The demonstrations were held in Tel Aviv, East al-Quds (Jerusalem), and Be’er Sheva in southern Israel on Saturday evening. 
Similar protests were also held in front of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s house in Caesarea where the demonstrators carried signs reading, “Instead of giving to the poor, they give to the rich, what a corrupt government.” 

In Tel Aviv, the protesters held signs reading, “It’s time to tax the rich,” and “It’s enough.” 

One of the protest’s organizers in Caesarea said they planned to hold demonstrations weekly. 

Last week, around 10,000 protesters marched in central Tel Aviv in an anti-austerity demo. 

According to a report by the International Monetary Fund in December 2012, Israel has one of the highest rates of poverty among 35 member states of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. 

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