Netanyahu asked Israel's AG to prohibit charged protests like J'lem gay parade
While discussing police indictments against demonstrators, Yehuda Weinstein revealed that he had been asked to forbid certain demonstrations- including rallies in tense Arab towns- based on security concerns.
Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein, speaking on Wednesday at the criminal forum of the Israel Bar Association, said that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and ministers have come to him with demands to prevent demonstrations, citing security concerns.
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