Medical lab workers demonstrate at Sheba Hospital, Tel Hashomer, August 11, 2020. The sign in the foreground reads: "Don't abandon public medical care."

Striking Lab Workers Accuse Gov’t: You’re “Looting the Public Coffers”

Around 2,000 laboratory workers employed at some 400 state-run labs started an open-ended strike on Sunday morning, August 30, amidst a pay dispute with the Treasury. Following reports that the far-right government has begun diverting tests to very expensive private labs, the chairwoman of the Union of Biochemists, Microbiologists and Laboratory Workers, Esther Admon, wrote in…

Hadash and Communist Party of Israel activists took part in the demonstration in Jerusalem’s Paris Square, Saturday night, August 15, near the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Among them are Joint List MKs Aida Touma-Sliman and Ofer Cassif. The banner reads Arabic and Hebrew, "We are the Revolution."

Anti-Netanyahu Protests Draw Tens of Thousands Nationwide: “Fly to UAE & Don’t Come Back!”

Protesters rallied Saturday evening, August 15, at a number of sites across Israel as part of ongoing demonstrations against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over his indictment on graft charges and his catastrophic handling of the coronavirus pandemic. The main protest was held outside the Prime Minister’s Residence in Jerusalem, which has been the center of…

Hadash and Communist Party of Israel activists participated in the demonstration at Jerusalem’s Paris Square, last Saturday night, August 8, near the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The Arabic and Hebrew banner reads, "We are the Revolution."

Tens of Thousands Attend Massive Anti-Netanyahu Rallies Nationwide

Protests against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continued nationwide on Saturday evening, August 8, with tens of thousands of people gathering outside the Prime Minister’s Residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem. In addition, approximately 1,000 demonstrators stationed themselves at a main intersection exiting Caesarea, site of Netanyahu’s private residence, to assure that he would have…

Red flags aloft in Jerusalem's Paris Square Saturday night, August 1, near the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu whose resignation the protestors called for.

Police Break Up Largest Anti-Gov’t Rally Yet in Jerusalem, Detain 12

Police attacked activists thronging the streets outside the Prime Minister’s official residence in Jerusalem at 1 am Sunday’s morning, using force to disperse several hundred protestors who refused to leave the site. Twelve were detained. An estimated 15,000 people had packed Jerusalem’s Paris Square Saturday night to call for far-right Benjamin Netanyahu’s resignation, in the largest-yet…