June 25, 2024

Solid State Lighting Design

Find latest world news and headlines today based on politics, crime, entertainment, sports, lifestyle, technology and many more

Israel-Palestine and Russia-Ukraine War, Live: Hezbollah Fires ‘Fallock 2’ Missile at Israel for First Time

At least 33 people have been arrested in protests against the Israeli government following the release of hostages in Gaza.

At the very least 30 people have been arrested by the police during the demonstration that took place in Tel Aviv this Saturday. Thousands of people called for a deal to free all hostages, dissolve Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government and hold early elections.

According to the information published by the Israeli newspaper ‘Haaretz’, the police of Tel Aviv have been arrested en masse 33 people in the framework of the protest against the government this Saturday afternoonOr, after four hostages were rescued in the Gaza Strip during an Israeli military operation in the Nusirat refugee camp in the heart of the Palestinian Territory.

During the demonstrations, Netanyahu was present “Criticized for visiting only rescued hostages, ignoring grieving families”According to The Times of Israel, police dispersed the crowd with water cannons.

Anti-government protests also took place in other parts of the country Haifa or Beersheba. The protesters demanded elections in Israel and a deal to free the remaining hostages still held by Palestinian militants in Gaza.

Hundreds of people also protested Jerusalem, like other cities, they criticized the government for the announcement of the death of 79-year-old Chaim Peri; Yoram Metzger, 80 years old; Amiram Cooper, 84, and Nadav Popplewell, 51.

See also  Five dead after humanitarian aid boxes fall on top of them in Gaza (+VIDEO)