The protest returned to Balfour and expanded across the country

Thousands of protesters began marching on Agron Street at this time (22:05) despite police announcing that it was an illegal march. Towards 20:00 the police started confiscating whistles and bumblebees relying on the Supreme Court ruling that at 9:30 pm the use of bumblebees and siren tools will be stopped and the use of amplification systems and megaphone will be used for posters and protest speeches only until 11:30 pm.

Earlier, police checked vehicles at a checkpoint near Abu Ghosh and created huge traffic jams that made it difficult for protesters to reach the capital. These words were reinforced by the presenter of this morning’s news program, Aryeh Golan, was a guest on Rina Matzliach’s program on News 12 and said that the police created huge traffic jams at the entrance to Jerusalem. According to reports from the Prime Minister, which are based on the distribution of bracelets to demonstrators, about 20,000 demonstrators are currently marching in Balfour. 260,000 demonstrated in the early afternoon and evening across the country. The protest is expanding.

Balfour (Photo: Rafi Michaeli)

Protesters forgive for marching on Agron Street (Photo: Rafi Michaeli)

Rabin Square (Photo: Dan Bar Dov)
Holon (Photo: Rafi Michaeli)
Jerusalem Square in Paris (Photo: Tzipi Menashe)

Thousands of people have been protesting in the afternoon across more than 1,250 points, bridges, intersections and squares across the country against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Tonight, the protest against Netanyahu in front of the official residence in Balfour is also renewed. According to black flag reports from the movement’s reporting system from 1,275 locations across the country, some 260,000 civilians across the country participated tonight. Among the demonstrations: over 3,500 in Herzliya, 600 in the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot, 400 in Horev in Haifa, 120 in Dvira, in Einstein Shabbat about 850 and 70 demonstrators in Eilat.

Protesters were attacked with tear gas

Israeli police recently arrested 3 residents of Kiryat Yam on suspicion of spraying tear gas at protesters in Haifa. Police opened an investigation following reports focus on the sprayer 100 tear gas at demonstrators protesting at No. centers in Haifa. After carrying out a speedy investigation, the Haifa police arrested three residents of Kiryat Yam in their 20s on suspicion of committing the acts, while evidence of the three was seized in their vehicle. The police said that in accordance with the development of the investigation, the police will consider whether to request an extension of the suspects’ detention in the Magistrate’s Court in Haifa tomorrow.

The Crimean Ministerial Movement said in response that “Thirty thousand determined protesters returned to Balfour with a clear message to the accused – you cannot destroy the country and divide the people. “Those who use criminal methods will not deter us. Neither does her family! The Balfour tune cannot be stopped. We will be here every Saturday until you leave!”

Earlier, attorney Gonen Ben Yitzhak sent an urgent letter to the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Superintendent Moti Cohen, demanding “immediate guidance to the police to increase the presence, especially in Holon Rishon, Ness Ziona and Jerusalem.” “Increases of incitement to violence against the protesters, when these calls come from activists close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s entourage, including Ms. Orly Lev and others with the help of activists from the La Familia organization,” the lawyer wrote, noting that two days ago protest activist Sadi Ben Sheetrit was attacked at the end of the demonstration. “Tonight there is an organization led by Ms. Lev to act against protest centers in Holon Rishon Lezion Ness Ziona and the surrounding area, and right-wing activists who arrived in a shuttle number XX-XXX-39 as well as another vehicle number XXX1767 are currently organizing in the Holon Country Parking Lot in Holon.” In his urgent letter.
At this time, 19:10, the violent events that characterized previous demonstrations also returned tonight: in Haifa, Netanyahu’s supporters physically attacked demonstrators and one was lightly injured, in the Jezreel Valley a man was arrested on the side of the road and verbally attacked demonstrators.

Protest begins in Balfour (Photo: The Black Flags)
The Prime Minister said in preparation for the demonstration: “Tonight they return to Balfour after a political closure imposed on the state by a criminal accused, in a cynical and transparent attempt to suppress the protest, on the backs of the citizens who are collapsing. Busy trampling on democracy, incitement and division. A large public on the left and right is telling you and your soldiers, who are behaving like a criminal organization so far! You can not destroy the country and divide the people. We are determined and incitement and violence will not deter us. “
Regarding the attack on Ben Sheetrit, the movement adds: “Following the many cases of violence against demonstrators across the country in recent weeks, and the attack on ‘Prime Minister’ Sadi Ben Sheetrit by members of ‘La Familia’ in Holon, the movement reiterates its demand from the police to increase its presence in Balfour and Mokdi Demonstrations across the country. “The writing on the wall. Lots of incitement by the defendant is thirsty for the blood of the protesters and the police are not functioning. If God forbid blood is shed, you are responsible. “
The movement further claims that with regard to the police announcements against the protest: “Since the outbreak of the Balfour protest, lies and Pike News have unfortunately become a regular practice of police spokespersons as part of a protest blackmail campaign.” Krim Minister cites as an example the words of Sen. Ziv Sagiv, who claimed that the movement is calling for harm to the protesters when he relies on a fake page that the traffic messages that were passed to him on his cellphone during a broadcast.

Photo: Tzipi Menashe

The youth organizations “Komi Israel”, “The Insults”, “The Pink Front” and “We Woke Up” reported: “In these difficult days, when all the people of Israel feel the failure of managing this crisis, days when we all fight to keep our heads above water – “Politicians keep lying and arguing with each other.”

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