Members of Hadash hold a "Red flag protest" against Netanyahu near the Arab town of Taybe in the south of the Triangle region. The placards in the foreground read: "When the government is against the people, the people are against the government."

Anti-Netanyahu Protesters Mark 6 Months of Weekly Demonstrations

Anti-Netanyahu protests were held Saturday evening, December 19, across Israel, six months after the start of weekly mass demonstrations against the far-right premier. The protesters, rallying for the 26th straight week, are calling for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s resignation over his indictment on graft charges and handling of the coronavirus pandemic and the economic and social…

Police barricades block the progress of protesters as they approach the PM's official residence in Jerusalem, Saturday night, December 13, 2020.

Police Block Streets in Jerusalem towards Anti-Netanyahu Protests

Thousands of citizens of Israel protested against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday evening, December 12, for the 25th consecutive week of mass demonstrations. In Jerusalem alone, a crowd numbering thousands protested outside of the PM’s official residence in Paris Square despite police having blocked several traffic arteries near the his home, including Ben Maimon,…

"On Tuesday too 'One Kilometer Demonstrations!' -- October 6, 17:30 – Until he goes"

Anti-Netanyahu Protests Resume at Hundreds of Locales around Israel

Far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government held a telephone survey on Tuesday night, October 6, and voted in favor of extending anti-democratic limitations on political demonstrations, specifically aimed at preventing protests outside his Jerusalem residence on Balfour Street this weekend. The limitations were initially passed last week, with only three ministers from Blue & White opposing them.…

"A State in Protest": At left, Jerusalem's Paris Square during a severely limited demonstration; At right, live reportage from Tel Aviv

B&W Minister Resigns: Netanyahu More Concerned by Own Personal Woes than Fight against COVID-19

Tourism Minister Asaf Zamir became the first Blue & White minister to quit far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government on Friday, October 2, sending the political system into turmoil and raising speculation that elections could be on the horizon. Zamir resigned from the government, citing the passage of controversial legislation last week to restrict protests during the…