Protesters were seen carrying signs reading "Mr. Netanyahu, talks a lot but does little," and "the government is abandoning its citizens - our blood is not red enough."
The exhibition, composed of 5,000 memory candles, is meant to mark the victims of the virus in Israel since the pandemic broke out, which on Thursday nearly reached the 5,000 mark.
Protesters form new political party • "It is unfortunate that instead of protecting the protesters, the Israel Police has become a political tool in Netanyahu's hands," a Rise Israel statement read
Unlike the Washington rioters, Jerusalem protesters have never, in their 28-week run, breached the actual gate of the residence, and clashes with the police have not resulted in any deaths.
Protesters were able to reach and block the main entrance into the PM's residence, carrying torches and signs which say, "the Siege on Balfour."
At least 14 protesters were arrested during the protest.
In Tel Aviv, protesters gathered outside of Habima Theatre and marked Hanukkah by lighting a large hanukkiah before embarking on what they called a "march of light."
"Israel Police is becoming an executive arm of Benjamin Netanyahu's criminal and evil organization."