The Israeli police suppressed a number of people calling for the overthrow of the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, and arrested a number of them.
The streets of several Israeli cities witnessed massive demonstrations demanding the dismissal of the current government led by Netanyahu, coinciding with another demonstration by the families of the hostages that began in front of Netanyahu's house in the city of Caesarea, demanding an end to the war on Gaza and the return of the Israeli hostages.
She pointed out that the demonstrations began in Haifa, Tel Aviv, and Jerusalem.
Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper said, "Thousands of Israelis demonstrated in the city of Haifa at the Horev intersection against the Israeli government, demanding that elections be held immediately."The newspaper explained that “the march started from the Carmel area in the city of Haifa to the center of the demonstration at the Horev intersection.” Hundreds also demonstrated in the cities of Kfar Saba and Rehovot near Tel Aviv, demanding the dismissal of the government, chanting the slogan “Elections Now.”
According to the newspaper, in conjunction with the demonstrations demanding the dismissal of the government, dozens of families of prisoners detained in the Gaza Strip demonstrated in front of Netanyahu’s house in the city of Caesarea to demand the release of their children from captivity.
She pointed out that "for the second week in a row, the families of prisoners in Gaza are demonstrating in front of Netanyahu's house in the city of Caesarea."