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
In the current atmosphere of fear and ideological corruption, it’s a crime to march for peace. It’s a crime to consider the Arabs human beings
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is refusing to amend the legislation, which opponents say undermines Israel’s democracy and has driven the normally loyal Druze community on to the streets in protest
The rage over denying gay couples the right to surrogacy won't be sustained: The economy is doing too well for people to rock the boat
Following the non-fatal stabbing of a nurse, the Nurses' Association shut down health services across the country to protest the violence that they face while on the job
Protesters were demonstrating against the Israeli army’s shooting of demonstrators at the Gaza border fence in recent weeks
Around 250 people in Tel Aviv-Jaffa gathered to 'Stop the next war' in protest against this weekend's violence at the Israel-Gaza border where 15 Palestinians were killed
When protests are coordinated with police, when everyone knows the evening will pass quietly, the cause is lost from the outset
In a Facebook post Sunday, Buskila wrote, 'I have a duty to do everything I possibly can so that fewer families will lose lives and be destroyed by senseless wars.'
'Marches of shame' against corruption have been going on for weeks; Saturday night's rally targets Yair Netanyahu after leaked audio revealed he attended strip clubs
Israelis Are Taking to the Streets to Protest Netanyahu. But What Would It Take for 'Bibi to Go Home'?
Six years ago, Israelis demanded social justice in their hundreds of thousands. The numbers now protesting government corruption are smaller, but experts say perseverance is the key to their potential success
Reuven Rivlin clarifies that his comments Tuesday in support of demonstrations as part of healthy democracy were taken out of context
Deal culminates long, stormy street protests - on condition that Knesset approves increase
The State Prosecution requested to jail an activist for his Facebook posts. Now, every citizen will know the price of criticizing the establishment