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The singer and musician Ran Denker published a story on Instagram this morning (Tuesday) in which he praises the protesters against the legal revolution who took to the streets in recent months and calls on them to give them a chance to talk with the government.
"Like many Israelis, I am also confused this morning," he wrote.
"I want to be happy and I'm afraid. I want to believe that there is light at the end of the tunnel, but I only see a small glimmer of hope. We learned firsthand that this government behaves irresponsibly, immorally, disrespectfully, clearly unequally and does not seek real peace between us. Even yesterday Netanyahu continued With 'them and us' its victim, frightened and divisive. But this is a moment to say that I am proud of a tremendous, just protest, full of love and good people who want to preserve democracy and freedom and equality in the country. I am proud of each and every one of you and proud to be a part of this struggle."
We made history.
Ran Denker (Photo: Reuven Castro)
"We made history and showed how much power we have together," Denker added.
"Now let's unite even more and give a chance to talk in order to reach understandings and stop the rift in the nation. Let there be no mistake: we are more vigilant than ever and they will not try to dissuade us because we will get up as we sat down to talk. I wish days of love, solutions and freedom for all the House of Israel."
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