At least 100,000 people at right-wing rally in Tel Aviv
Organizers of the nationalist rally in Tel Aviv's Rabin Square estimated that 100,000 people are attending it.Netanyahu was also, of course, a prime speaker at this rally and did well too. What's been seen today is very impressive, and let's hope it translates into success at the ballot box too on Tuesday.
Economics Minister Naftali Bennett played the guitar and sang “Jerusalem of Gold” to the vast crowd, urging it to sing along, in protest of the decision by the Elections Committee not to allow artists to perform at the rally.
He told the crowd that the elections can be about security, and also about the price of living, because the Left does not have a monopoly on social issues. “There is no need to divide the Land of Israel to lower the price of cheese,” he said.
Update: The Jewish Press says there were plenty of secular people attending too.
Update 2: here's some overhead pictures of the massive rally taken from a helicopter.