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    Seth Rogen says he was fed lies about the creation of Israel.

    Canadian actor Seth Rogen has sparked controversy after saying that he was fed lies about the creation of the state of Israel.

    In an interview on the popular WTF with Marc Maron podcast, Rogen said: “As a Jewish person, I was fed a huge amount of lies about Israel my entire life, you know. They never tell you that, oh by the way, there were people there. They make it seem like it was just sitting there, like the ****ing door’s open!”

     
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    12 people arrested as Israeli police break up sit-in during largest anti-Netanyahu protest in Jerusalem (VIDEO)
    2 Aug, 2020
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    Thousands gathered outside Benjamin Netanyahu’s home in Jerusalem on Saturday, demanding the Israeli PM resign. Police moved in to disperse the crowd in one of the largest protests in weeks.
    The Israeli media put the turnout at around 10,000, with this rally against Netanyahu transitioning into a sit-in and continuing until after midnight.
    The Israeli PM’s official residence in central Jerusalem has been turned into the site of frequent anti-government demonstrations. And the gatherings show no sign of dying down.
    The demonstration was sanctioned by the authorities and saw a huge police presence involving mounted officers and water cannons.

    The activists said they were protesting because “the Israeli government has failed in leading the Corona crisis. And the Prime Minister is charged with severe accusations in corruption, and above all, the Israeli democracy is under danger.”
    Netanyahu, the Israeli PM since 2009, has “failed. And in every normal country, whoever fails – goes home. And gives a chance to somebody else,” one of the protestors said.
    People refused to leave the square, and police were eventually sent in to force them to disperse, but it was no easy task as the participants of the sit-in held on tight to each other. The officers eventually managed to extract several people from it, making 12 arrests.


    Hundreds also protested outside Netanyahu’s private residence in Caesarea, which was also heavily guarded by security forces.
    While the demonstrations were largely peaceful, in recent protests there were clashes with police, as well as brawls between left-wing protesters and various right-wing groups.
     
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    Netanyahu’s son calls Israeli protesters ‘aliens,’ says daddy laughs at them
    3 Aug, 2020 22:23 / Updated 2 hours ago
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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and his son Yair. © Reuters / Alexei Nikolskyi; People in alien costumes. © Reuters / Scott Morgan


    Thousands of Israelis who have been protesting against Benjamin Netanyahu are “aliens” who make the embattled prime minister laugh, his son, Yair Netanyahu, told a local radio station.
    During his appearance on Galey Israel Radio on Monday, Netanyahu Jr was asked if he and his father had watched clips of the large-scale rallies demanding the PM's resignation.
    “I let him see select parts,” Yair responded. “I try and not show him the obscene things, because that would be unpleasant, but you know, he finds it entertaining, gives him a bit of strength even.”
    The 29-year-old pointed out that Benjamin Netanyahu was nothing like former Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin, who stepped down in 1983 as a result of mass protests. Begin was also the founder of the Likud Party, of which both Netanyahus are members.
    My father’s a strong man. It makes him laugh. He sees what we all see – these aliens at the protests. It makes him laugh, like entertainment.
    The comment elicited an angry reaction from the organizers of the protests, who insist that Netanyahu must abandon the post of prime minister due to his rampant corruption and failures regarding Israel’s response to Covid-19.
    For Netanyahu and his family, “we are not even human – aliens. This is not a prime minister, it’s a criminal suspect for whom the plight of his people is a source of amusement,” they wrote in a statement, adding that they’ll keep flooding the streets until they achieve their goal.
    Apparently realizing that he had said a bit too much, Yair took to Twitter to attempt a bit of damage control. He explained that he didn’t mean to dehumanize anybody, but was only talking about those dressing up in costume as extraterrestrial beings for the rallies.
    “When I said 'aliens'… I meant those who dress up as aliens and UFOs," he wrote. "Those who come in either obscene costumes or holding up signs with obscenities, those who put a spaghetti pot on their heads or dress as Spider-Man.
    “There are too many of these and it's funny,”
    he pointed out. However, he added that the incitement of violence and “calls for murder” made during the protests were no laughing matter.

    It’s not first time that Netanyahu made headlines this week. On Sunday, the young man appeared before the Jerusalem Magistrate Court over an earlier tweet, in which he called upon his allies to stalk anti-government demonstrators.

    "I'm inviting everyone to come protest, day and night… outside the homes of those people who've been responsible for organizing the anarchy across our country in the past few weeks," Yair wrote on Thursday.

    In order to make stalking them easier, the PM’s son posted the personal data of some of the protest leaders online, including their names, phone numbers and addresses.

    For months, Israel had been gripped by protests against Netanyahu. The latest rally on Saturday saw 10,000 gather in Jerusalem and try to organize a sit-in outside the PM's official residence. The police dispersed the crowd and arrested 12 people.

    The public anger is fueled by a bevy of charges of bribery, fraud and breach of public trust officially filed against the PM, as well as by the country's strict coronavirus lockdown, which has caused an unemployment surge.
     
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    Netanyahu’s son calls Israeli protesters ‘aliens,’ says daddy laughs at them
    3 Aug, 2020 22:23 / Updated 2 hours ago
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    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and his son Yair. © Reuters / Alexei Nikolskyi; People in alien costumes. © Reuters / Scott Morgan


    Thousands of Israelis who have been protesting against Benjamin Netanyahu are “aliens” who make the embattled prime minister laugh, his son, Yair Netanyahu, told a local radio station.
    During his appearance on Galey Israel Radio on Monday, Netanyahu Jr was asked if he and his father had watched clips of the large-scale rallies demanding the PM's resignation.
    “I let him see select parts,” Yair responded. “I try and not show him the obscene things, because that would be unpleasant, but you know, he finds it entertaining, gives him a bit of strength even.”
    The 29-year-old pointed out that Benjamin Netanyahu was nothing like former Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin, who stepped down in 1983 as a result of mass protests. Begin was also the founder of the Likud Party, of which both Netanyahus are members.

    The comment elicited an angry reaction from the organizers of the protests, who insist that Netanyahu must abandon the post of prime minister due to his rampant corruption and failures regarding Israel’s response to Covid-19.
    For Netanyahu and his family, “we are not even human – aliens. This is not a prime minister, it’s a criminal suspect for whom the plight of his people is a source of amusement,” they wrote in a statement, adding that they’ll keep flooding the streets until they achieve their goal.
    Apparently realizing that he had said a bit too much, Yair took to Twitter to attempt a bit of damage control. He explained that he didn’t mean to dehumanize anybody, but was only talking about those dressing up in costume as extraterrestrial beings for the rallies.
    “When I said 'aliens'… I meant those who dress up as aliens and UFOs," he wrote. "Those who come in either obscene costumes or holding up signs with obscenities, those who put a spaghetti pot on their heads or dress as Spider-Man.
    “There are too many of these and it's funny,”
    he pointed out. However, he added that the incitement of violence and “calls for murder” made during the protests were no laughing matter.

    It’s not first time that Netanyahu made headlines this week. On Sunday, the young man appeared before the Jerusalem Magistrate Court over an earlier tweet, in which he called upon his allies to stalk anti-government demonstrators.

    "I'm inviting everyone to come protest, day and night… outside the homes of those people who've been responsible for organizing the anarchy across our country in the past few weeks," Yair wrote on Thursday.

    In order to make stalking them easier, the PM’s son posted the personal data of some of the protest leaders online, including their names, phone numbers and addresses.

    For months, Israel had been gripped by protests against Netanyahu. The latest rally on Saturday saw 10,000 gather in Jerusalem and try to organize a sit-in outside the PM's official residence. The police dispersed the crowd and arrested 12 people.

    The public anger is fueled by a bevy of charges of bribery, fraud and breach of public trust officially filed against the PM, as well as by the country's strict coronavirus lockdown, which has caused an unemployment surge.
    "“When I said 'aliens'… I meant those who dress up as aliens and UFOs," he wrote. "Those who come in either obscene costumes or holding up signs with obscenities, those who put a spaghetti pot on their heads or dress as Spider-Man.
    “There are too many of these and it's funny,” he pointed out.
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    Oh, come on - isn't it funny.
     
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    Israel is destroying the West to promoting homosexuality, mass immigration etc all of this is promoted by zionist Jews. How can less than one percent of the UKs population run over ninety percent of the media !!! which they are using to poison the minds of children. You should see what they are teaching primary schools in this country you'd be horrified and if you speak out about it they arrest you for hate crime. Why do they want to teach children as young as 4 about sodomy and drugs etc !!!!!
     
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