The police in Jerusalem authorized the protest organizers outside Benjamin Netanyahu’s residence to hold a procession, and announced the blocking of King George, Hillel, Menashe Ben Israel and Agron streets. According to police, there may be a blockage of additional streets leading to the area.
It was further emphasized that alongside maintaining the safety of the participants, the police would not allow the protest to be turned into a “demonstration of violence against police officers, civilians or property”, as it were, and that violent riots and riots “would be treated with zero tolerance and determination”.
In addition, starting at 10:30 PM, activists of the “Front for the Liberation of South Tel Aviv” led by Shefi Paz and Doron Avrahami are expected to demonstrate together with activists of the right-wing organization “If You Will” in front of the house of Supreme President Esther Hayut in North Tel Aviv, under the heading “Come defend On a Jewish and democratic Israel. ” It should be noted that since the repeal of the deposit law in the High Court, activists from South Tel Aviv and “If You Will” have been demonstrating on Fridays near Hayut’s house.
One protester was arrested after threatening to harm police. Prior to his arrest, he was involved in a brawl with other protesters, after one of the protesters asked him to stop making obscene gestures while singing the anthem.
On Tuesday, Netanyahu Jr. posted on his Twitter account a tweet in which he called on the prime minister’s supporters to come to the homes of the members of the board of directors of the “New Contract” organization, which leads the protest movement against his father, and demonstrate in front of them. The tweet also published the association’s documents with the full details of its members – according to them, in violation of the Privacy Protection Law.
According to activists, following the tweet, some of them received phone calls and threatening messages. In addition, elements affiliated with the right-wing movement “If You Will” visited the home of a member of the protest movement, attorney Gonen Ben Yitzhak.
According to the health organization, the previous world record was set on July 24, when 284,196 new cases were diagnosed. On that day, 9,753 deaths were recorded worldwide, the second highest per day. Last month, the average daily death toll was 5,200, compared to 4,600 in June. The outbreak of the plague has diagnosed more than 17,100,000 people worldwide and more than 668,900 people have died.
“320 critically ill patients are currently hospitalized,” Blitzer wrote on Twitter. “The reaction of many to this number is something like not good, but not terrible. The truth is that almost 1,000 critically ill patients were added in July, compared to 100 in June,” he explained. “About 200 have already died this month (10 die a day now), and hundreds have recovered under dedicated care.
“These thousand difficult patients are creating a heavy burden on the hospitals. Still tolerable, but abrasive,” Blitzer continued. “The care of these patients is intensive, under heavy protection, and requires skill and constant supervision. The large number of staff in isolation adds to the load and wear and tear, and the same thing happens in laboratories. This is how winter should not be reached.”
The Bilu Center shopping center near Rehovot, for example, is used to Saturdays full of people having fun, and a large part of the business owners in the complex indicate that about 40% of their monthly income comes from the weekend.
“This compound violates each other,” Tzachi Weiner, owner of the “Zo Club” store for products for animals, told Ynet. “Just because I can talk now, it means I have no job. I have no customers and the damage is very hard. I employ a lot of people on Saturday, and if I do not work on Saturdays I can not hold my employees. It is a political decision and we are only hurt by it.”
Shaked Krabi, a 28-year-old Caesarea resident, was documented skipping a checkpoint near the house of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the locality on the night between Thursday and Friday when he was on his way to his relatives’ house. On the way, he said, he accidentally touched the intercom and said he put it back in place and continued on his way.
“Investigators asked me if I wanted to overthrow the government,” Karbi said, after being spotted with a black flag in the settlement a week earlier. “Investigators said that the GSS has ‘a lot of material’ about me.” He was finally released under restrictive conditions. Police: “The young man was questioned following a GSS complaint.”
A statement from the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence stated that “the leader of the Iranian security forces, Jamshed Sharmhead, who has been leading the sabotage and armed operations in Iran, is now in the hands of the Iranian security forces.” The statement did not say where, or when, the leader of the opposition organization “The Kingdom of Iran”, also known as “Tundar” (“Thunder” in Persian), was arrested.
“The United Arab Emirates has succeeded in cracking the nucleus and opened the first nuclear power plant in the Arab world for peaceful purposes,” UAE Vice President Sheikh Muhammad bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the governor of Dubai, said today.
The marathon bombing occurred on April 15, 2013, when two booby-trapped pressure cookers exploded, killing three people – eight-year-old Martin Richard waiting for his father Hertz, 29-year-old Crystal Campbell and Lou Lingzi, a Chinese student studying in Boston – and injuring 264 people. Tsarnaev’s older brother, Tamerlan, was killed in a shootout with police.
At his trial, Tsarnaev admitted to carrying out the attack and expressed remorse, but claimed he was influenced by his older brother who he said was the mastermind behind the attack. On the other hand, the prosecution claimed that Tsarnaev bears equal responsibility to that of his brother and that he acted of his own free will.
Also, two months ago, the U.S. military accused Russia of “dangerous and unprofessional” approach of its fighter jets to a U.S. military plane. This incident occurred while a U.S. Navy intelligence plane was flying in international airspace over the Mediterranean Sea. Flying very close to the wings of the American surveillance plane.
About 70,000 hikers took advantage of the particular relief from the heat loads and today visited nature reserves and national parks across the country. This relief will continue in the coming days, when it will be warm as usual for the season.
In addition, about 6,800 hikers spend the weekend in the night camps. The Nature and Parks Authority stated that the leading sites were the Yarkon National Park (Tel Afek), Caesarea, the Banias Reserve and the Ein Gedi Reserve. On the shores of the Sea of Galilee, about 38,000 vacationers spent Saturday, 15,000 of them on the quiet beaches of the Union of Kinneret Cities. With the exception of Dugit Beach, all the quiet beaches were closed even before noon due to congestion. The Tal Grove National Park and Palmachim Beach were also closed in the morning due to full occupancy.
At Meteo-Tech, we have updated that a seasonal bus over our area causes normal summer weather for the season. MPredicted heat hands tonight and tomorrow: Kiryat Shmona 36-23, Katzrin 34-20, Safed 31-20, Tiberias 39-23, Nazareth 32-21, Haifa 31-25, Tel Aviv 31-25, Jerusalem 32-20, Ashkelon 31-25, Ein Gedi 41 -30, Beer Sheva 36-21, Arad 34-20, Mitzpe Ramon 33-20 and Eilat 41-29.
The evening and night will be hot and humid on the beach and in the lowlands. In the mountains will be more comfortable. Tomorrow, Sunday, there will be a slight drop in temperatures, especially in the mountains and inland. Some relief in heat loads is expected, but they will still be slightly higher than normal. The beach will continue to be humid. The sea will be wavy to high waves. The height of the waves will range from 80 to 160 cm.