Communist Party of Israel

Thousands of citizens of Israel showed up to protest against far-right Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at sites throughout the country, among them outside his official residence in Jerusalem, on Saturday evening, February 6, for the 33rd consecutive week. In Caesarea, hundreds marched to Netanyahu’s private residence, calling on him to resign. Other demonstrations were held in Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Holon, Kfar Sava, Raanana and other cities. In Jerusalem, former colonel Asaf Agmon (72), a notable activist in the anti-Netanyahu protests and head of the Ein Matzav (“No Way”) Movement, was injured by police. Agmon reportedly tried to leave the area and was stopped by officers and one reportedly shoved him toward a fence, causing him to lose consciousness. Agmon was treated by a paramedic on the scene and then evacuated to the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. “They didn’t let the ambulance reach me for a half an hour,” Agmon…

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