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Judicial reform protests open with minute of silence for terror victims

National Unity chairman MK Benny Gantz chose not to attend the protests, and instead visited the site of Friday night's attack in Jerusalem's Neve Yaakov neighborhood.

Who wants an Israeli civil war?

MIDDLE ISRAEL: Millions feel targeted, collectively and personally, as Israel’s judicial pillars teeter and its political nerves fray.

My Word: A battle of images and image

There are those who paint a picture all in black, without the relief of the blue and white flags. They do protest too much, methinks.

Israeli hi-tech strike in protest of judicial reform set for Tuesday

Over one hundred companies in the Israeli hi-tech sector are expected to join a one-hour warning strike in protest of the government's judicial reform.

Police, haredim clash amid non-kosher phone riot in Jerusalem

What began as a demonstration quickly descended into chaos as rioters attempted to damage the cellphone store and attacked police officers.

30,000 march in Tel Aviv against ‘coup d’état’ Levin judicial reform

The Saturday protest follows a rally in front of the home of Levin on Friday by hundreds of activists from the Darkenu civil society movement.

‘We won’t allow silence’: Israelis prepare to protest against new government

Demonstrators blocked the intersection next to Azrieli Center and the Ayalon Highway for nearly an hour on Thursday evening in protests against Israel's new government.


Yair Lapid joins anti-government protesters at Israel's KKL Bridge

The protestors wore Yesh Atid t-shirts and carried Israeli flags and signs reading "stop the carnage. We're fighting for the country."

A protest by disabled IDF veterans in Tel Aviv, April 18, 2021

Defense Ministry program for disabled veterans moves forward

Approximately 7,200 applicants are awaiting responses regarding recognition of their disabilities and the degree of help that will be offered to them. The One Soul program will speed up the process.

After corona vaccination, public less likely to follow rules, expert says

Prof. Susan Michie reportedly cited evidence from national surveys and from Israel, which has the highest Covid vaccination rate in the world, to support her theory.

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