Clashes between protesters and police broke out in front of the residence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem.
As hundreds of protesters against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gathered at locations around the country, scores of protesters gathered outside the back entrance of Netanyahu’s official Jerusalem residence on Balfour street on Saturday afternoon, some holding flaming torches. Some 11 protesters were detained or arrested during clashes with Israel Police according to Haaretz.
This is the 28th consecutive week of anti-Netanyahu protests outside the prime minister’s Jerusalem residence.
In addition to protests outside of Netanyahu’s residence, protesters gathered at hundreds of locations across the country, Haaretz reported.
The Movement for Quality Government in Israel organized a march to Netanyahu’s residence in Caesarea. Some 300 organization activists gathered and began to march Saturday night, according to the organization.