6 people said detained in protest outside Netanyahu’s home

Six people were detained by police while demonstrating outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s home in the coastal town of Caesarea, protest organizers said.

The protesters are calling on Netanyahu to resign following the failures that led to the October 7 Hamas assault on southern Israel.

Video from the scene showed several demonstrators standing on sand dunes overlooking his home, calling out to him with a megaphone, before being confronted by police. Police tell them they did not have permission to demonstrate at the site.

A much larger protest is planned for Saturday evening in the town.

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