Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Screening of Documentary ‘Jenin, Jenin’ in Israel

The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a final ruling permanently barring the documentary Jenin, Jenin from being screened in Israel. Jenin, Jenin realized by film director and actor Mohammad Bakri which was released in 2002, is a set of interviews with Palestinians who lived through the Israeli military invasion of the Jenin refugee camp, north of the occupied…

Demonstrators from the Black Flag Movement protest against PM Netanyahu and his far-right government on Rothschild Boulevard in Central Tel Aviv, Saturday, April 10, 2021.

Anti-Netanyahu Protests Resume after PM Mandated to Form Gov’t

Thousands of ant-Netanyahu protesters gathered outside the Prime Minister’s Official Residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem on Saturday night, April 10, while hundreds more demonstrated next to Netanyahu’s private home in the coastal city of Caesarea and smaller protests took place in dozens of other cities and towns, along highway overpasses, and at major intersections around…

MK Ayman Odeh met with protesters outside his Haifa home, Friday, April 2, 2021.

Anti-Netanyahu Protests Return to Streets for First Time since Election

Dozens of anti-Netanyahu protesters from a number of organizations gathered on Friday, April 2, outside the homes of party heads Naftali Bennett, Gideon Sa’ar, Ayman Odeh and Benny Gantz calling on them not to form a government with far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The anti-Netanyahu protest groups also announced that they will be continuing to protest…

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…

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…