Demonstration in front of the Prime Minister’s Residence: 20 of the 55 people detained from the protest event in Jerusalem will be brought this morning (Friday) for a hearing on the extension of their detention in the Magistrate’s Court in the city. Police will seek to extend the detention of one of the detainees, and the remaining 19 – to be released on various restrictive conditions.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. An examination revealed that he was a verified patient with the corona virus. The suspect was detained and removed from the protesters until he was transferred to a place of residence according to the guidelines of the Ministry of Health.
As mentioned, the acting police commissioner, Superintendent Moti Cohen, arrived in the capital to closely monitor the activities of the police forces following the protest. The demonstrations were supposed to end at 11pm but some of the protesters refused to disperse at the designated time. After talking to the commanders and police officers on the spot, the Acting Commissioner said: “It is our job to allow freedom of protest to every citizen in accordance with the provisions of the law. Almost every day. ”
He added: “On the other hand, public peace and security are above all, so we will not allow violence, vandalism or harm to police and civilians.
Demonstrators in front of Balfour. Photo: Mark Israel Salem
Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. A group of protesters marched on the eastern part of the prime minister’s residence and another group on the western side, with a police checkpoint in the middle. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. “We are prepared for any scenario, aware of what is happening on social networks and are also located at the entrances and wherever we think a confrontation may occur.”
The organizers of the black flag protest said ahead of the demonstration: “The thousands of young people who go out to demonstrate are not victims of the corona – they are victims of Benjamin Netanyahu’s government corruption. “The economic-health crisis and he must leave Balfour. We expect the Jerusalem police to do their job and allow a civil protest and not to use the police violence we have seen in recent demonstrations.”