About 30,000 people, mainly Palestinian-Israelis but also Jewish supporters, rally in the downtown area against the so-called “Jewish nationality law” passed by the far-right Likud Party and its allies.
The rally marks further fallout from the explosive nation-state law that critics say marginalizes Israel's non-Jewish citizens. According to Israeli media, both Jews and Arabs attended the protest.
"Sooner or later, we will enter our lands, and we will free it, and we will kick the occupiers out of our land," said Abu Mohammed about the Great March of Return.
With Donald Trump’s decision to shred the Iran nuclear agreement, it’s time for the rest of us to start thinking about what such a war in the region would mean for the world.
Combat battalions, special units, intelligence forces and snipers are sent to the Gaza border, where Palestinians plan a mass protest Monday against the embassy move to Jerusalem.
“We are not criminals. We are refugees,” the asylum seekers outside the Rwandan Embassy in Israel chanted, calling on Rwanda not to cooperate with Israel's plan to deport them to that country.
Pilots, doctors, writers, former ambassadors and Holocaust survivors are appealing to Prime Minister Netanyahu to halt a plan to deport tens of thousands of African migrants, saying it is unethical.
The vice president’s statement to Israel's parliament draws denunciations from Arab lawmakers in the hall, who are forcibly removed.