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…

Ranah al-Hallaq, the mother of Iyad, the Palestinian man with autism who was killed by a Border Police officer, holds up a photo of her son, June 2, 2020.

Cop Killer of Autistic Palestinian to Be Charged with Reckless Homicide

The Israeli Border Police officer who shot and killed an autistic Palestinian man in Jerusalem’s Old City in late May could be tried for “reckless manslaughter,” pending a hearing, the Justice Ministry’s Police Internal Investigations Department (PIID) announced on Wednesday, October 21. The family of the victim, Iyad al-Hallaq, 32, criticized the decision, saying that it…

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…