Israel : Police Clash With Anti-Netanyahu Protesters Outside Netanyahu's Residence in Jerusalem.
The Jerusalem Post - Protesters were able to reach and block the main entrance into the PM's residence, carrying torches and signs which say, "the Siege on Balfour."
Hundreds of demonstrators carrying torches began protesting against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's continued leadership amid his indictment for fraud, bribery and breach of trust for the 27th consecutive week on Saturday near his residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem.
As clashes broke out early on in the demonstration, five protesters were detained. Israel Police stated that they blocked the intersection of Tudela and Gaza streets – two streets neighboring the protest center of Paris Square.
The demonstration began earlier than usual in an attempt by protesters to surprise the police and circumvent its blockades, which are usually erected later in the evening. Despite police preparations, protesters were able to reach and block the main entrance into the prime ministerial residence.... READ MORE
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