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Gaza12Sep4BUENOS AIRES (PNIC):-Thousands of pro-Palestinian Argentinians took to the streets in Buenos Aires capital city of Argentina in protest at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the country.

As Netanyahu headed toward Argentina overnight Monday, posters depicting him as Nazi leader Adolf Hitler and declaring him wanted for genocide against the Palestinians appeared in the city.

Local reports said the posters were put up by pro-Palestinian activists ahead of Netanyahu’s four-day visit to Latin America, beginning Monday in Argentina. It is the first visit by a serving Israeli prime minister to Latin America.

One poster showed Netanyahu with Hitler’s signature mustache and undercut, wearing a uniform reminiscent of the Nazi wartime SS units. The poster carried the Spanish slogan “Zionists out of Palestine, Netanyahu out.”


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