HEBRON - About 1,000 Palestinians, some calling on premier Salam Fayyad to quit, marched in the West Bank city of Hebron on Saturday in protest at his austerity plans. In the largest protest to date against economic measures announced last month, demonstrators chanted "Salam Fayyad, get out! You are an agent of the United States and Israel." Fayyad, a US-educated economist and former International Monetary Fund and World Bank official, is widely respected in the West. "No to a government that brings us poverty and unemployment," read signs carried in Saturday's protest. Further south, in the city of Bethlehem, a few dozen people staged a similar rally.