95k Israelis Hold Anti-Netanyahu Rally In Occupied Palestine
Thousands of Israeli settlers protested against the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s so-called judicial reform program in the 25th consecutive week in the occupied territories of Palestine.
ISWNews Analysis Group – On July 25, thousands of settlers in Tel Aviv and several other cities residing in the occupied territories of Palestine protested against Netanyahu’s controversial judicial reform programs.
According to the statistics announced so far, at least 95,000 people were present in the demonstration on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv.
Protesters gathered in the heart of Tel Aviv’s commercial center with banners that read “Israel is burning” and “Netanyahu is an enemy of democracy.” This week’s protesters also blocked the Ayalon Highway.
It is worth mentioning that Israeli protesters keep on Saturday protests every week in various cities of the occupied territories of Palestine.
The rallies, which kicked off in protest of Netanyahu’s controversial judicial reform program, have now entered their 25th week in a row.
The Israeli regime’s prime minister declared on March 27 that his controversial plan for the judiciary system of the regime had been paused, but Israeli protests continue their weekly protest rallies.