Hadash MK Ofer Cassif (Joint List, left) and leading protest activist Sadi Ben-Shitrit demonstrate near the official residence of the prime minister in Jerusalem’s Paris Square, Saturday evening, February 13, calling for Netanyahu’s resignation. The banner held up in the background reads “We no longer believe this evil regime!”

Anti-Netanyahu Protesters Report Uptick in Violence against Them

Anti-Netanyahu protesters rallied across Israel on Saturday evening, February 13, for the 34th consecutive week of mass demonstrations against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over his indictment on graft charges and his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Four people were arrested in the Jerusalem protests on Saturday night, one of them for allegedly “assaulting a…

Protesters call for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's resignation on Monday, February 8 outside the Jerusalem courthouse where his trial is about to resume. The caption beneath the live broadcast image reads: "Prime Minister Netanyahu is about to arrive at court."

Protesters Carry “Crime Minister” Banners outside Netanyahu’s Trial

Hundreds demonstrated on Monday, February 8, outside Jerusalem’s district courthouse where far-right Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s corruption trial has resumed after more than a half-year hiatus. Among the banners and signs carried by protesters were ones reading “Crime Minister,” one of the leading anti-Netanyahu organizations. The prime minister pleaded not guilty as he appeared before…

Asaf Agmon (72), a well known activist in the anti-Netanyahu protests and head of the Ein Matzav ("No Way") Movement, lost consciousness after being slammed by police in Jerusalem, Saturday, February 6, 2021.

Thousands Protest vs. Netanyahu’s Corruption and Ethic Cleansing

Thousands of citizens of Israel showed up to protest against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at sites throughout the country, among them outside his official residence in Jerusalem, on Saturday evening, February 6, for the 33rd consecutive week. In Caesarea, hundreds marched to Netanyahu’s private residence, calling on him to resign. Other demonstrations were held in…

Police fire water cannon against protestors they say tried to break through checkpoint in Jerusalem, January 30, 2021.

Anti-Netanyahu Protests Continue Nationwide for 32 Weeks Running

Police used water cannon against anti-Netanyahu protesters in Jerusalem on Saturday, January 30, as demonstrators rallied nationwide for the 32nd consecutive week. About a thousand protesters gathered at Jerusalem’s Chords Bridge and began marching towards Paris Square the location of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s official residence, but changed course in order to first pass by the…

Protesters against the far-right government gathered Saturday eveing, January 9, in the Meditech Plaza in Holon, south of Tel Aviv, among them members of the Communist Party of Israel including former Hadash MK Tamar Gozansky (second from right). The placard at the lower left reads: "Netanyahu Go Home!" The red Hadash placards read (at extreme right) "Salaried workers, independents and unemployed together against the government"; (in the center) "Capital, rule and underworld"; "(and at the extreme left) "The people demand social justice."

More Targeted Attacks Nationwide against Anti-Netanyahu Protesters

Thousands of citizens of Israel protested against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Saturday, January 9, for the 29th consecutive week in plazas, at intersections and along overpasses across Israel. Two of the larger demonstrations took place, as they do weekly, outside the Prime Minister’s Official Residence in Jerusalem and near his private residence in Caesarea. Among…

Joint List leader MK Ayman Odeh (Hadash) addresses protestors near the PM's official residence in Jerusalem, Saturday night, January 2, 2021.

New Year Sees Thousands Rallying against Far-Right PM across Israel

Thousands demonstrated outside far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s official Jerusalem residence Saturday night, January 2, in the latest weekend protest calling for the premier’s resignation over his corruption trial, this being the first demonstration there since Israel entered its third national lockdown on Sunday of last week, December 28. Two Hadash MKs joined the protest, Joint…

Several hundred people protest outside the compound housing far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's official residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem, Saturday, December 27. Note the black curtain that had been erected behind the entrance gate which protestors called to bring down. The small sign in center right reads: "Private lockdown? Civil rebellion!"

Thousands Protest vs. Netanyahu; Report Attacks by PM’s Supporters

Thousands of citizens of Israel protested on Saturday evening, December 26, outside far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s official residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem as well as at multiple sites across the country. Several reports by protestors claimed that the premier’s supporters attacked them. Around 4,000 protesters gathered in Paris Square, in Jerusalem, demanding Netanyahu’s resignation,…