Tens of Thousands of Settlers Protest in ‘Tel Aviv’ for 31st Week

Protest organizers estimate that 120,000 settlers participated in the "Tel Aviv" demonstration against the judicial overhaul this evening.

Israeli occupation is on high alert in “Tel Aviv” after the latest shooting operation, in conjunction with the start of protests against the judicial overhaul planned by the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Earlier, Israeli media claimed that one Israeli security guard was killed in a shooting operation in the “Nachalat Binyamin” neighborhood in “Tel Aviv” that was allegedly carried out by 22-year-old Palestinian Kamel Abu Bakr from the town of Rummanah, near Jenin.

The media indicated that tens of thousands of settlers took to the streets in occupied Palestine, for the 31st week, to protest the judicial overhaul.

It also reported that protest organizers estimated that 120,000 settlers participated in the “Tel Aviv” demonstration this evening.

An opinion poll conducted by the Israeli Channel 12 on Friday revealed that about a third of Israelis are considering leaving the Israeli entity, as the Netanyahu government insists on passing the judicial overhaul.

Thousands of Israelis demonstrated on Wednesday in “Tel Aviv” against the judicial overhaul put forward by the government of Israeli occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, after the Israeli Knesset passed, late last month, in a final vote a bill to restrict the “reasonableness law”, implying that the reason of the cabinet surpasses that of the judiciary.

It is noteworthy that the proposed overhaul drew criticism from allies of the occupation, including the United States, as President Joe Biden has repeatedly expressed his concerns and has called on the occupation officials not to hurry with the “divisive” plans.

Demonstrators accused the Israeli government of ruining “Israel”, which has become a center for protests against the Netanyahu government since the judicial overhaul plan was first announced in January.

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