A demonstration by right-wing activists took place tonight (Saturday through Sunday) in front of the home of Supreme Court President Esther Hayut in Tel Aviv, during which activist Shefi Paz and another demonstrator were arrested. The protest was held following the Supreme Court judges’ decision to allow the demonstrations in front of the Prime Minister’s House even after 11 p.m.
For more updates and to send your stories – visit the news Facebook page
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. One of them is Shefi Paz, one of the leaders in the fight against the infiltrators from Africa to Israel and other illegal immigrants in the neighborhoods of South Tel Aviv. Before her arrest, she spray-painted graffiti that read, “Jewish blood is not no man’s land.”
“While in Balfour hundreds of people continued to demonstrate despite the police demand to end the demonstration, in front of Esther Hayut’s house the police arrested Shefi Paz and Doron Avrahami,” the Front for the Liberation of South Tel Aviv said. “Once again it has been proved that one law is for the right and another law for the left.”
About three weeks ago, three activists, including Paz, were arrested after spray-painting graffiti in front of the Supreme Court president’s house. Among other things, the sprayers wrote: “Esther Hayut – You buried Zionism”, “Thank you for burying democracy” and “The High Court destroyed South Tel Aviv”. Apart from Paz, political activists Gilad Halachmi and Doron Avrahami were also arrested.