Two weeks after the first demonstration against an Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear facilities was held outside Defense Minister Ehud Barak's home, the protest appears to be spreading. Dozens of people rallied near the Defense Ministry compound in Tel Aviv Thursday evening.
One of the protesters said, "There is a silent majority that fears Netanyahu and Barak's maneuver."
The protesters, mainly left-wing activists, chanted 'No to war' and waved signs reading 'No to an attack on Iran," "Social justice demands peace," "Strip Middle East of weapons of mass destruction," "Dialogue, not bombs" and "Ehud Barak is leading us to ruin."
Some of the protesters wrapped themselves in shrouds and lay on the ground as though they were dead.
"We are protesting against Barak and (Prime Minister Benjamin)Netanyahu's apparent plan to launch a war that would endanger the entire region," said N