Members of the Black Flag movement demonstrate against Netanyahu towards evening on Thursday, September 17, at Grofit, near Eilat in the Arabah Desert. The black sign reads: "Disconnected, Enough of You."

Anti-Netanyahu Protests Continue in Spite of Lockdown across Israel

Far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insisted on Thursday night, September 17, that an unpopular new nationwide lockdown set to begin the next day was “important and “necessary” to stem the rising coronavirus infection rate, which passed 5,000 daily infections this week. The surge in confirmed infections has made Israel one of the two leading countries in…

Attorney Salah Hamouri

France Protests Plans to Expel Palestinian Atty. Salah Hamouri

France has registered an official protest against Israel’s planned deportation of the Palestinian-French lawyer Salah Hamouri. Paris asked Israel on Sunday, September 14, to postpone his expulsion and allow Hamouri, who is a French citizen, to be reunited with his family in Jerusalem. Israel’s Foreign Ministry deputy director-general for Europe, Anna Azari, told the French Ambassador…

Israeli demonstrators against Netanyahu protest outside of Israel's embassy in Washington DC, August 2020.

Anti-Netanyahu Protesters to Be in DC for Signing of UAE-Israel Deal

Israelis living in various cities around the US are planning to gather in Washington DC today, Tuesday, September 15, to protest against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who has arrived in the American capital to sign normalization deals with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. “We are coming together from all over the United States and…

Joint List chairman MK Ayman Odeh (Hadash) was among the pallbearers carrying the body of Yaqoub Musa Abu al-Qee’an to his grave on January 24, 2017, near the village of Umm al-Hiran. Contrary to Muslim tradition requiring immediate burial of a corpse, the funeral was delayed by nearly a week as Israel's Police Force refused to release al-Qee'an's body as part of its punishment for the alleged "terrorist's" family.

Netanyahu “Apologizes” to Family of Arab-Bedouin Wrongfully Killed by Police; Draws Parallel to Himself

More than three and a half years after the police killing of the Arab-Bedouin school teacher Yaqoub Musa Abu al-Qee’an, 47, far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu publicly apologized during a press conference on Tuesday, September 8, to the victim’s family, a day after Israel’s Channel 12 News presented correspondence between senior law enforcement officials revealing misconduct…