Efrat Gush sings "I have no other country" in the handmaiden parade
The singer Efrat Gush participated today in the Handmaid's Parade on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv as part of the widespread wave of protests against the legal revolution.
In addition, she sang "I have no other country" into a megaphone when dozens of her female slave parade friends joined her.
Watch above Efrat Ghosh's performance of "I have no other country", which has long become one of the protest anthems.
The author Margaret Atwood, who wrote the book on which the successful series "The Handmaid's Tale" is based, commented about a month ago on the Israeli protest against the legal revolution and retweeted a tweet that read: "More than 20 people reminded 100 thousand Israelis that they demonstrated against the legal reform that put For herself the goal of weakening the Supreme Court, what might happen when a group of fanatical religious men take over power. We will not allow this to happen to any woman in Israel."
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