Why LGBTQ Groups Are Heading to anti-Bibi Protests in Droves

They come in chartered buses, send messages of solidarity and paint Paris Square pink every Shabbat. How the anti-Bibi protests became an LGBT struggle too

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A protester preparing for a demonstration againt Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in Jerusalem, August 2020.
A protester preparing for a demonstration againt Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in Jerusalem, August 2020.Credit: Ohad Zwigenberg
Lee Yaron
Lee Yaron
Not a pride parade. A demonstration at Paris Square, Jerusalem, last month.Credit: Ohad Zwigenberg
The organizers say that over 30 full buses have traveled to Jerusalem in recent weeks, most of them filled by protesters from the LGBT community.Credit: Ohad Zwigenberg
Demonstrators at an anti-Netanyahu protest in Jerusalem, August 2020.Credit: Ohad Zwigenberg
A demonstrator is being arrested during an anti-Netanyahu demonstration at the Independence Park in Jerusalem.Credit: Ohad Zwigenberg
A demonstration in Jerusalem last month. 'We’ve grown at an exponential rate each week.'Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
A demonstrator in pink is getting an unenthusiastic reaction from a religious couple on the Jerusalem light rail. Credit: Tomer Appelbaum
Members of the Pink Front movement protesting in front of the prime minister residence's in Jerusalem, summer 2020.Credit: Ohad Zwigenberg
Wigs and big lipped face masks on display at an anti-Netanyahu demonstration. Credit: Ohad Zwugenberg

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