Los argentinos han protagonizado protestas anti-sionistas ante la visita del primer ministro israelí Benjamin Netanyahu al país Latinoamericano.
Manifestantes pro-palestinos y de izquierdas se han concentrado en la capital este lunes, anticipándose a la llegada de Netanyahu al país, para condenar la ocupación israelí de Palestina y los crímenes contra la población palestina.

Entre las pancartas que portaban se podían encontrar imágenes de Netanyahu representado a la manera de Hitler y con el lema “Fuera sionistas de Palestina. Fuera Netanyahu”
En otras se mostraba a Netanyahu como un criminal buscado por “crímenes contra la humanidad” y “el genocidio de la población palestina”

Otra protesta está programada para este martes en la capital, fecha en la que Netanyahu planea encontrarse con el presidente argentino Mauricio Macri.

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, destacado activista argentino galardonado con un premio Nobel de la Paz, ha emitido duras críticas antes la visita de Netanyahu a Argentina, destacando que el primer ministro israelí se enfrenta a acusaciones “por haber cometido crímenes contra la humanidad, por matar a civiles y haber bombardeado escuelas, mezquitas y hospitales palestinos”

Es la primera vez que un primer ministro israelí visita un país latinoamericano durante su mandato.

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