Archiv: Amir Haskel


11.07.2020 - 17:31 [ theMedialine.org ]

Anti-Netanyahu Activist: Only a ‘Bullet to the Head’ Will Silence Me

(05.07.2020)

“I just got up, made a sign and went out to the street and protested,” he explained. “Every Saturday, just a friend [and I were] on the street corner.”

Ben Shitrit happens to be a cousin of Public Security Minister Amir Ohana, one of Netanyahu’s staunchest allies and defenders. He says he hasn’t spoken to his cousin, whom he calls a “sycophant” and a “poodle,” in years.

11.07.2020 - 17:21 [ Or-ly Barlev ~ אור-לי ברלב / Twitter ]

‚No way‘ protest in Israel. Why we are protesting against PM Netanyahu – Guy Poran explains:

28.06.2020 - 15:40 [ i24NEWS English / Twitter ]

A #Jerusalem court has released former Air Force general and leading activist opposed to #Netanyahu whose arrest prompted hundreds to protest outside the prime minister’s residence.

28.06.2020 - 09:31 [ Haaretz ]

Israeli Court Orders Leader of Protest Against Netanyahu Released From Police Custody

The organizers said that over the course of the week, they will establish a protest tent on Tel Aviv’s Rothschild Boulevard – recalling the tent city that had been erected there during the social protests of 2012.

Additional protests are taking place at some 70 intersections throughout the country. Dozens of protesters are present at each junction, holding signs reading „Netanyahu is corrupt and corrupts,“ „Investigation now“ (referring to the so-called submarine affair), „The defendent needs to go home,“ and other slogans.

28.06.2020 - 09:15 [ Jerusalem Post ]

Thousands demonstrate against arrests, Netanyahu

(27.06.2020)

Protests organized by the Black Flags movement against corruption broke out across Israel late Saturday, with demonstrators blocking more than 70 intersections nationwide following the arrest of retired Brig.-Gen. Amir Haskel on Friday afternoon.

28.06.2020 - 09:05 [ Times of Israel ]

7 arrested, including ex-general, as hundreds protest outside Netanyahu’s home

(26.06.2020)

Demonstration part of ongoing ‘black flag’ anti-corruption protests against the prime minister, who is standing trial in a series of graft cases