The organizers of the demonstration are the organizers of the black flag protest, which is responsible for demonstrations in hundreds of bridges across the country on Saturday night and for some of the demonstrators against Prime Minister Netanyahu on Thursday evening and Saturday evening, every week.
The demonstrators in front of Ohana’s house shouted, “We will not give up until Bibi resigns.” After about an hour in front of the house, they marched in the direction of Yigal Alon Street, but were stopped by the police. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
The protest, which began in front of the home of the Minister of Internal Security, Ohana, went on a long march throughout Tel Aviv. Within about half an hour, they walked on the Peace Bridge, in the direction of the Kirya and then, ascended in the direction of Ibn Gvirol and Dizengoff Square. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
Hundreds of protesters carrying black flags and signs condemning Prime Minister Netanyahu and Internal Security Minister Ohana blocked the King George axis near Dizengoff Center in Tel Aviv. Israeli police responded with restraint and allowed protesters to block the movement.
The demonstrators blocked Ayalon
During the march, the demonstrators reached Ayalon and blocked it. The police said that “a protest in Tel Aviv: the demonstrators went down to Ayalon North and the road is blocked for traffic from the Azrieli junction. Large police forces are working instead to disperse the demonstrators and open the traffic arteries.”
Protest in Tel Aviv: The demonstrators went down to Ayalon North and the road was blocked for traffic from the Azrieli junction. Large police forces are working to disperse the protesters and open traffic lanes pic.twitter.com/S3zkMqGAwo
Israel Police (@IL_police) July 28, 2020
During the demonstration, the Attorney General published his reply letter to the legal advice of the police regarding the conduct during the demonstrations. “You must continue to make decisions without extraneous considerations,” Mandelblit wrote to police chiefs.
Precisely in Jerusalem on Balfour Street, a relatively small demonstration gathered tonight with only about 100 protesters. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
“Why don’t we forbid this thing?”
The remarks of Minister Amir Ohana have appeared in recent days, in his voice in excerpts broadcast on the “Here 11” channel. Ohana was heard telling district commander Doron Yedid that he was interested in “challenging,” as he put it, the High Court ruling and wondered, “I do not understand why we are not banning this thing?”.
In an attempt to address the minister’s allegations, District Commander Doron Yedid noted the fact that his men give a lot of reports for not wearing a mask at demonstrations in Balfour, even though in other demonstrations, he said, the police refrain from doing so.
Ohana also said in talks that the demonstrations are a show of overflowing with disease, anarchism and that the police should act equally in all demonstrations, while implying that the hard hand that is directed at Arabs and ultra-Orthodox, should also have been directed at Balfour protesters.