Though she'd probably claim not. After all, she's protecting a group of people who are the highest paid workers in the State, at the expense of all others. She's also against democracy, claiming that the people should exist for the government, not the other way around. Unions have their places, agriculture, sweat shops and elsewhere. However, a govt needs to serve the people and Histadrut prevents that from happening -- they actively harm the people. When the private sector shrunk 20% in the recession, H didn't lose A SINGLE State employee and is not demanding retroactive raises for that time. Break the strike!
Palestinians, IDF clash in Jalazone after funeral of teen killed by IDF on Friday (Haaretz)
from the article: Histadrut announces general strike to begin Wednesday at 6 A.M.