Protest group nixes demonstration outside minister’s home after rocket attack

The Brothers-in-Arms anti-government protest group has canceled a planned demonstration outside the Ashkelon home of Likud minister Avi Dichter following rocket fire on southern Israel.

“We will join up to defend our homeland, as we have done until now, so terror groups will internalize that they were mistaken in gauging the resilience of the Israeli people and that we would fold,” says the group of reserves soldiers, which has been a leading voice in efforts to oppose plans to overhaul the judiciary.

A Brothers-in-Arms protest slated to take place outside the Herzliya home of Likud MK Yuli Edelstein tonight has not been canceled.


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