There is another reality out there – reflected in a meeting of reservists.
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 addition, it orders him to delete tweets he had posted online against protest leaders.
"To all the federal agents, you messed with the wrong district."
In a furious broadside attack, Prime Minister Netanyahu accuses Israeli news outlets of ‘fueling’ protests in an effort to ‘trample on democracy.’
Workers at the Haft Tappeh Sugarcane Industrial Complex in the Khuzestan province marked the 48th day of protests on Saturday, as they suffer from overdue wages.
The ongoing protests in Portland have been escalating due to backlash against the use of federal agents, which Trump has suggested sending to multiple cities across the US.
Twelve protesters were arrested for disturbing the public order, attacking police and operating a drone illegally.
When the two news stories are juxtaposed, they put things into proportion for anyone really paying attention.
The bottom line is that Israel’s media have a responsibility, first and foremost to the public, in helping the government to protect us from the virus.