Keren Pels connected (courtesy of HOT and Koda Communications)
Against the background of the huge demonstrations and the storm surrounding the dismissal of Minister Galant - Israeli artists stop being silent.
Many artists came tonight to the demonstration at the Kaplan intersection in Tel Aviv, including Aviv Gefen and Muni Moshunov, and many of them wrote posts about the situation in which Israel found itself.
Musician Keren Pels posted a photo of herself at one of the protests and wrote: "Our hope is to be a free people in our country."
The musician Aviv Gefen published a picture of himself from the demonstration in Kaplan and wrote: "There is no rift in the people, there is a rift between the government and the people."
"History repeats itself," wrote musician Rami Klinstein on Instagram.
"Bibi Netanyahu - Rehoboam ben Shlomo who listened to the advice of his 'wise men' and did not agree to sit down with the leaders of half the nation in order to soften the dictatorship that ruled Israel at the time. Let's stop this. There is no right, there is no left, there is one person who is tearing us apart. Look your children in the eyes before me That you protect this government, that your children are not interested in it."
Kleinstein's story (photo: screenshot, Instagram)
Last night, the singer Eyal Golan, who is associated with the right-wing camp and with Netanyahu, for the first time addressed the huge protest against the legal revolution and against the dismissal of Defense Minister Yoav Galant - and spoke for the first time on the subject.
"I'm sad. I'm so sad," he wrote on Instagram.
"It's been a long time since I opened the news broadcasts, read newspapers, updated on the news and I'm just sad. I don't bother at all with the right, the left, religion, sector and gender. To see the people on the streets, the divide that has been created here, the rivalry, the hatred, the division ...I'm just sad. And tonight I'm already running out of air.
"My country, the most beautiful country in the world, a country of free love, of blood brothers, our voice is our unity and the moment we lost our unity we lost everything.
What is happening here must stop.
We are before the days of remembrance and independence.
I am sure that we as a people will know how to stop the division that is raging among us and return to the path of unity and peace.
Only together will the fear disappear."
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