Thousands of residents in the occupied territories demonstrated on Thursday night against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his judicial reform plan.
Thousands of protestors opposing the judicial reforms of Bejamin Netanyahu’s cabinet have joined street protests from Tel Aviv to Occupied Al-Quds.
These protesters also gathered in front of the house of the Speaker of the Knesset (Parliament of the Zionist regime) and the Minister of Justice, who is referred to as the designer of the controversial judicial reform plan.
The protests took place hours after the Supreme Court of the Zionist regime issued a “precautionary order”, forcing Benjamin Netanyahu’s cabinet to provide explanations to justify the approval of the “repeal of reasonableness” law.
An opinion poll conducted by the Zionist regime Channel 12 revealed that about a third of the Zionists are considering leaving the entity, as Netanyahu insists on passing the judicial overhaul.
Demonstrators accuse Netanyahu of ruining the Zionist entity, which has become a center for protests against his cabinet since the judicial overhaul plan was first announced in January.
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.