Hundreds hold protest outside Knesset as government to be sworn in

Hundreds of people are holding a protest outside the Knesset in Jerusalem against the government set to be sworn in today, the most hardline in Israel’s history.

Hebrew media outlets estimate that some 300 people are taking place in the rally.

A series of center-left bodies organized protests outside the parliament building today, during the hours in which Benjamin Netanyahu will again become prime minister and his new ministers will be sworn in.

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