Sudanese asylum-seekers demonstrate in Tel Aviv in solidarity with the popular ongoing struggle for democracy in their country, June 2019. The sign in Hebrew held aloft reads “They're killing the people in Sudan and the world remains silent.”

“Shin Bet” Officer Heading Israel’s Security Delegation to The Sudan

A cabinet source said on Sunday, November 15 that an Israeli delegation would be visiting Khartoum, capital of Sudan, in the coming days; this following last month’s normalization announcement between the two countries under urgent pre-election pressure by the Trump administration. The small delegation, with a mandate to focus on “security cooperation” between Israel and Sudan,…

Former World War II Red Army officers at a Holocaust Remembrance Day at Yad Vashem

Academics and Holocaust Survivors Oppose Naming of Far-Right Figure to Chair Yad Vashem Museum

Renowned Jewish historian, Deborah Lipstadt, together with nearly 160 academics, historians, museum curators and Holocaust survivors have signed a petition opposing the appointment of Effi Eitam as the new chairman of Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem. The Anti-Defamation League has also joined the campaign against the appointment of Eitam, a former…

MK Youssef Jabareen (Hadash-Joint List) during a protest organized by the front in the Galilee; the Hadash placard by a woman protester in the mid-ground reads in Arabic "Down with the occupation and exploitation"; in Hebrew it reads "No to annexation, no to discrimination."

Thousands Again Take Part in Anti-Netanyahu Protests Nationwide

Thousands protested against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu once again throughout Israel Saturday night, November 14, outside his official residence in Jerusalem as well as several thousand others who demonstrated in Tel Aviv and Haifa. Several hundred also demonstrated near Netanyahu’s home in Caesarea. Regular protests in squares and on highway overpasses throughout the country were also…

Demonstrators protest near the Mediatheque in Holon, last Saturday, October 24. The Hadash placard held by a Communist demonstrator reads: "Capital, Rule, and the Criminal Underworld"; the sign on the fence in front of him reads: "When the government is against the people, the people are against the government."

Anti-Netanyahu Demonstrators Continue to Rally throughout Israel

Tens of thousands of Israeli citizens gathered on Saturday evening, October 24, to protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his far-right government. In this latest round of demonstrations, rallies were held outside Netanyahu’s official residence in Jerusalem, in Tel Aviv’s Rabin and Habima squares, near Netanyahu’s home in Caesarea and at hundreds of overpasses and…

Demonstrators in Haifa, Thursday evening: "We are the hope."

Thousands Attack Far-Right Gov’t in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa

Thousands demonstrated throughout the country on Thursday evening, October 22, against the far-right government of criminally indicted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a series of protests directed at the social and economic crisis, police brutality and high-level corruption. Large protests were held in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Haifa, while smaller rallies were held at hundreds of…

Thousands demonstrated in Paris Square in Jerusalem adjacent to the official residence of far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and called for his resignation, Saturday night, October 18, 2020.

Restrictions End; Ten Thousand Protest en Masse at PM’s Residence

Protests resumed in Jerusalem Saturday evening, October 17, after a two-week hiatus due to coronavirus restrictions, with 10,000 calling for far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s resignation, while many thousands more protested across Israel. Despite the lifted restriction, the Black Flag protest group claimed in a statement that many protesters were being held up at police checkpoints…

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…