Ramming attack attempted at Jerusalem protests · Suspect arrested and investigated
In general, Jewish law and tradition have a positive attitude toward protest.
"This is nothing short of a disaster for a large group of children and at-risk youth, and of danger and damage that cannot be fixed."
"As I found a door to a place of learning that understands me, to a home, the government wants to slam the door of that home closed to me and 8,000 of my friends and to throw us on the streets."
“I don’t harm anyone, I don’t go to demonstrations… I stay at home, I study, eat, drink, that’s it,” said the convicted murderer.
The international protests against Netanyahu, which were first reported in The Jerusalem Post, have spread from San Francisco to England, Germany, Switzerland, Australia, Canada and across the US.
Netanyahu: Strange manifestations at protests
Comparing the media in Israel to North Korea, Netanyahu lashed out against the protests which he said trampled democracy and were an “incubator for the coronavirus.”
In a furious broadside attack, Prime Minister Netanyahu accuses Israeli news outlets of ‘fueling’ protests in an effort to ‘trample on democracy.’
As hundreds of police officers will take part in securing the demonstration, some will operate undercover in adjacent side streets and alleys.