Protest leaders say police banned them from demonstrating outside the Knesset after Edelstein’s resignation
Eitan Mahareto, 24, who was already on probation, is being indicted for his alleged actions during massive protests in July against the shooting death of Solomon Teka by an off-duty police officer
These anti-Bibi protesters aren’t waiting for the masses to take to the streets — they’re going it alone in their efforts to oust the prime minister
Some 1,500 protesters in Tel Aviv called on the prime minister to resign, while dozens came to his official residence in Jerusalem to tell him: 'You'll never walk alone'
Some 500 supporters of the prime minister gathered in Petah Tikva as some 100 anti-corruption protesters held a separate protest in the same square
Police joins wave of reactionary initiatives popping up just ahead of election with regulations to limit the right to protest, putting government convenience ahead of respect for citizens' rights
Rules exploit what police see as loophole in High Court ruling; gatherings of more than 50 people will require a permit and be subject to strict restrictions
Judges criticize police for detaining suspects without proper evidence, denying some legal representation and medical treatment
15 detained after demonstrators block major street in protest of Supreme Court's backing of a police decision to disallow trance festival, citing planned drug trafficking
Maisam Jaljuli has had shots fired at her home because of her battle for women’s equality, but that hasn’t intimidated the activist who believes in bringing joint social battles to the forefront of Israel's political discourse
Some 300 protesters vowed to 'not give fascism a pass' after religious right-wing parties join forces with Kahanist party under PM's auspices
Sheffi Paz, who campaigns against asylum seekers, claimed police was 'trying to silence her by means of false arrests'
Protesters block Shalom intersection near Defense Ministry ■ 'This is a clear message to Kahlon and his friends in the government: The people aren’t suckers, and we won't pay for the monopolies,' says student union leader
The shock of increased electricity and water rates belies the overall trends in Israel
A protest that is focused on the 'cost of living' is not simply apolitical. It collaborates with a cruel policy of inequality that damages social fortitude
Other demands include the establishment of a government authority to coordinate the fight against violence toward women and cancelling the emergency legislation allowing security guards to bring their guns home
Organizers call consumers to boycott the Osem food company because it is raising prices ■ Social workers to strike all welfare services on Monday
A ministry hotline received 272 complaints of violence this month, 70 percent of them from women, compared to 110 complaints in the first two weeks of November
The leader of the centrist Yesh Atid party, the prince of kitsch, had the gall to don a yellow vest as if he were a struggling Frenchman battling unfair taxes
Protesters block traffic and call on the government to reverse price increases for electricity, water and food. 'Israelis are suffocating,' said an organizer who was arrested
A coalition of 50 feminist and women's organizations joined forces to bring thousands of Israeli women - Jews and Arabs alike - into the streets to protest government inaction.
And as long as we’re dreaming, why not dream about a women’s political party? A party we can be proud to vote for, that will fight for our rights – but also for the rights of all.
Union head: ‘We have to make a decent living, not become a punching bag’
If cabinet Minister Erdan, scourge of left-wing dissidents, visited Sweden, he certainly did not love the liberalism and equality there, yet Swedish airport officials wouldn’t have asked him about it
Societal discrimination and their own conservatism cause high poverty rates, few job opportunities, while army service hinders economic progress
The fact that the right gets so worked up about the Palestinian flag merely adds to the flag’s legitimacy and drives a deeper discussion of the issue
Those who do not recognize or acknowledge the unique problematic aspect of the Jewish people’s complicated history will not be able to achieve a genuine and constructive dialogue with the Jewish public
The Druze and Arabs share a mother tongue, but differ in their attitude to Israel