Hundreds of Israelis have demonstrated in Tel Aviv to protest against a possible military strike on Iran and demand the resignation of Israeli premier and minister for military affairs.

Carrying signs condemning any strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities, the protesters gathered outside Minister for Military Affairs Ehud Barak’s residence on Sunday and called on him and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign, DPA reported.

The demonstrators accused the officials of acting belligerently and pushing for war with Iran, saying the consequences of such action would be dire.

At a weekly cabinet meeting in al-Quds (Jerusalem) on Sunday, Netanyahu told ministers that “all the threats directed at the home front are dwarfed by another threat of a different size and scope. And so I say again, Iran must not be allowed to attain nuclear weapons.”

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