"Evening of protests -- the demonstrations continue."

130,000 Protest against PM across Israel; Activists Assaulted by Police

One hundred thirty thousand citizens of Israel protested against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the government he leads at hundreds of locations across the country on Saturday, October 3, after the passage of anti-democratic legislation last Thursday that banned mass demonstrations as part of coronavirus lockdown restrictions. The figure would make the demonstrations collectively the…

Leading protest activist Sadi Ben-Shitrit at the demonstration at Jerusalem’s Paris Square Wednesday evening, September 30, near the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu whose resignation the protestors called for. The red Hadash placard reads” When the government is against the people, the people are against the government.”

Car Runs Down Two during Anti-Government Protest in Tel Aviv

Several thousand anti-government demonstrators took to the streets on Thursday across Israel, protesting the latest measures limiting the right to protest during the country’s second coronavirus lockdown. Around 3,000 demonstrators, among them activists from Hadash and the Communist Party of Israel (CPI), gathered at Habima Square in Tel Aviv, with small clusters of demonstrators marching…

Thousands gathered in Jerusalem's Paris Square for the first major anti-Netanyahu protest since the start of new lockdown, Sunday evening, September 20.

With New Lockdown, Thousands Gather at Anti-Netanyahu Protest

Police arrested 11 anti-government demonstrators in Jerusalem on Sunday night, September 20, during the first major protest since Israel started its second nationwide lockdown to curb its surging coronavirus outbreak. The new lockdown regulations continue to permit protests, subject to Ministry of Health recommendations and police instructions. Several thousand demonstrators, among them activists from Hadash 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…

Joint List MK Ofer Cassif (Hadash, center) and activists from Hadash and Communist Party of Israel brand red flags outside far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official residence in Jerusalem, Saturday night, August 29. The placard Cassif is holding reads: "Salaried workers, independents and unemployed together against the government."

11th Week of Jerusalem Protests against PM Sees Record Crowds

Tens of thousands protesters gathered outside far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s official residence in Jerusalem Saturday evening, August 29, calling for his resignation, as tensions with police were running high following documented incidents of police violence at the previous week’s protest. This was the eleventh consecutive Saturday night in which demonstrators turned out to voice opposition…

MK Ayman Odeh holds a Hadash placard that reads in Arabic and Hebrew "Democracy for all" during the anti-government protest in Paris Square, near the PM’s official residence, on Saturday night, August 22. The women protester next to Odeh holds a sign in Hebrew reading "Ayman, I'm here."

33 Arrested as 10,000 Protest against Netanyahu in Jerusalem

Thirty-three people were arrested while police broke up a demonstration numbering 10,000 protesters Saturday night, August 22, outside of far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s official residence in Jerusalem demanding his resignation. Scuffles broke out in central West Jerusalem as the cops attempted to forcibly remove anti-government protesters from Paris Square, near the PM’s residence. Among the…