World Bulletin / News Desk
Israelis gathered Sunday evening in front of Defense Minister Ehud Barak's residence in Tel Aviv, to protest against an Israeli strike in Iran, reported on ynetnews.com
The demonstrators called out: "No to war" and "No to a strike in Iran."
Tsabari, who is among the protest organizers, told the report he was "shocked" after reading all the Friday newspapers.
"What I read was that a decision to go to war has been made against the position of the entire security echelon. We are approaching an abyss. This will be a crazed war. I can't predict the future and I don't know whether (Prime Minister) Netanyahu plans to attack or not, but if he says he is going to war I believe him. That's why I am here, because I'm concerned."
Iran faces the threat over its nuclear programme it maintains peaceful by nuclear-armed Israel in the same region that most experts estimate that it has at least between 100 and 200 nuclear warheads.