Later in the evening, larger demonstrations will be held against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and government corruption in front of the Prime Minister’s residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem and in front of Netanyahu’s private home in Caesarea. At the same time, a demonstration will also be held at the Charles Clore Garden in Tel Aviv.
The “Black Flags” movement last night appealed to Acting Commissioner Moti Cohen to secure the protesters in the various centers, following a series of attacks last week. The movement said that “this week we were exposed to how far the accused is willing to go against the people of Israel for his own interests. The incitement and hatred that comes out of Balfour towards citizenship and citizens is further proof that he is unfit for the job.” They added that “the violence coming out of Balfour will not scare us, the more they incite so we grow, the more they attack us the more we will break out”.