The Silent Majority (Harov Hadomem) movement will distribute 500,000 free copies of a “newspaper” Friday as part of an attempt to bring out voters against Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu, Haaretz reports.
The freebie is called Yisrael Mahar (Israel Tomorrow) – referring to the day after next Tuesday’s election – a play on the name of Israel Hayom (Israel Today), the free paper backed by casino magnate Sheldon Adelson known for its support of Netanyahu.
The paper will be distributed directly to people’s mailboxes and also will be handed out all over the country on Friday.
Israel Tomorrow is designed to look like the front page of a newspaper on March 18, the day after the election, and the front page is dedicated to celebrating saying goodbye to Netanyahu. The paper is filled with “articles” about why not to vote for Netanyahu. There is also a satirical ad supposedly from the Adelson family mourning the fall of the government, saying “we have lost the country.” Read more at HAARETZ.