‘Zelenskyy Is Jewish but He’s a Nazi in His Soul’: Dozens at pro-Moscow Rally in Tel Aviv Amid Ukraine War

'We only want them to be together with Russia and not be Nazis,' says one protester, decrying 'incorrect' media portrayal of Russia's actions in Ukraine

Bar Peleg
Bar Peleg
Bar Peleg
Bar Peleg

Dozens of people took to Tel Aviv's Habima Square on Saturday to show their support for Russia's President Vladimir Putin, a month into his invasion of Ukraine. The demonstrators carried Russian and Soviet Union flags, as well as signs saying “No to Russophobia.”

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