Thousands Of Israelis Demonstrate Against Netanyahu In Occupied Palestine
Thousands of Israelis held protest rallies against the Israeli prime minister in Tel Aviv and several other cities in the occupied Palestinian territories.
ISWNews Analysis Group – On July 1, thousands of Israelis took to the streets of various cities in the occupied territories to protest against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s so-called judicial reform program for the 26th consecutive week.
According to Hebrew-language sources, more than 130,000 people participated in the demonstrations and expressed their protest against Netanyahu’s policies.
Furthermore, during the demonstrations, a protester was arrested by Israeli security forces on charges of attacking a group of Israelis.
It is worth mentioning that the Israeli prime minister announced on March 27 that he halted his controversial plan regarding the judicial system of the regime, but the Israeli settlers continued their rallies in various cities of the occupied Palestinian lands to show their protest against the so-called judicial reform plan as well as some decisions and actions made by the Israeli prime minister.
The anti-Netanyahu demonstrations have now entered their 26th week in a row.