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There are dozens of other examples of how Haaretz reported on protests as being significant when attended by hundreds of people, from Israel to London to the US.
And here is a headline from Haaretz today:
New York Rally Against Paris Peace Summit Draws Tiny Turnout
According to the Haaretz article, about 500 people came.
True, the turnout was lower than organizers anticipated, as the organizers miscalculated how many people would take off work to attend (it was held at 12:30 PM.) But Haaretz wants to make opposition to the Paris "peace" conference look like it is a minor fringe of committed Zionists, so it calls a rally that is significant in any other context "tiny." In truth, a rally of 500 people during a workday is significant.
Here is an idea of the size of the crowd: