Riots in Israel. Extreme action by allottees

  • Tel Aviv University students surrounded the entrance to the university with a barbed wire fence. “We put barriers in place to protect freedom of speech and freedom of the press,” they explain
  • They object to “the desire to acquire unlimited power which the government wishes to achieve by introducing changes in the law”.
  • Israeli President Yitzhak Herzog said on Wednesday the country was on the brink of civil war, but Prime Minister Netanyahu rejected his reconciliation plan.
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The third “Day of Riot” began with dozens of artists painting a red line on the road leading to the High Court in Jerusalem.

This, in the intention of the originators and organizers of the agitation, “There is an inextricable link between an independent judiciary and freedom of expression Expression of opinion through art, entertainment, culture and sports.

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Five people have been arrested, police said. Protesters said the paint used for the demonstration was specially formulated and “easily painted over”.

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