Thousands Protest Against Israeli Prime Minister
ISWNews Analysis Group – Hundreds of thousands of Israelis held protest rallies against the so-called judicial reform proposed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the occupied territories of Palestine in the sixteenth consecutive week.
On April 22, thousands of settlers poured into streets of Tel Aviv and several other cities, including Haifa, Beer Sheva and Jerusalem al-Quds, in order to show their resentment against Netanyahu’s judicial reform programs.
According to the Hebrew-language media outlets, at least 380,000 people took part in the Saturday protest rallies across the occupied land. The Zionist regime’s police forces blocked certain roads in different occupied regions, including Tel Aviv, following the vast protest rallies.
It is noteworthy that the Israeli prime minister announced on March 27 that he postponed his controversial plan concerning the judicial system, but the protest rallies keep on every Saturday in different cities of the occupied territories of Palestine. The protests, which kicked off to show opposition to the Netanyahu-proposed judicial reform programs, have entered the sixteenth consecutive week.
The Zionist regime’s prime minister, who is facing legal prosecution over bribery, fraud and breach of trust charges, proposed the so-called judicial reform programs in order to get rid of possible imprisonment and other challenges.