Anti-Netanyahu protesters, gathering Saturday for the 34th week of protests against the prime minister, were threatened by a woman with a pistol near Kiryat Ono, the Black Flags protest movement reported Saturday night.
The woman was later detained along with another suspect, and police report that the gun she used to threatened protesters was a model and not a real gun, Ynet reported Saturday night.
Israel Police arrested a resident of Nahariya who allegedly attacked protesters, throwing a can and a flag at them, at Nahariya Junction later Saturday.A total of four people were arrested in the Jerusalem protests on Saturday night, one of them for allegedly assaulting a police officer, Walla reported.
Other violent incidents on Saturday included rock throwing at protesters in Netanya and the assault of protesters in Rishon Lezion, according to the Black Flags who said that there was a uptick in violence against protesters this week.
Over 1,000 demonstrators marched from Jerusalem's Chord Bridge towards the Prime Minister's Residence, Ynet reported. Protesters also gathered at junctions and on bridges across the country.