That’s how many anti-Olmert protestors gathered in Tel Aviv to demand that the Israeli Prime Minister step down, according to organizers. There’s no way of saying whether that number is exaggerated, but it’s clear from the picture that the turnout was massive. And organizers say this is just the first in a series of protests. After the Lebanon fiasco, I predicted that Olmert would be gone by the end of 2006, and have written his political obiuary on several occasions since, so I hesitate to say this is the end for him. But if this isn’t the end, it’s hard to comprehend what would be.
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