These activists regularly protest against the AG's practices to mitigate, delay & dissolve indictments against #Netanyahu and his political allies.
However the activists were not going to a protest but to a party.
The police arrested them anyway and confiscated their phones.
Yes, You read it right.
THE POLICE ARRESTED PEOPLE BECAUSE THEY WERE WALKING ON THE SAME STREET WHERE THE AG LIVES WITH A SPECIFIC SHIRT.
They were answered with police brutality and arrested for it.
I overhead one police officer saying to another:"Don't act violently in front of the cameras".
@dovhanin was the only MK present during that protest.
He looked very concerned when I spoke with him.
I remember that day vividly
On the night of that day, thousands (maybe even tens of thousands) of us mobilized to protest the arrests and police brutality.
That's a demand not commonly heard in protests.
*We demand democracy*.
That wasn't a very good omen for the future of the Israeli democracy.
84 people were arrested using excessive force.
The police officer who was about to arrest me got distracted and I ran away.
The police falsely claimed we threw rocks at them.
They demanded arrest until all proceedings are over for all the arrested which was unprecedented.
See more videos police brutality at that protest (text in Hebrew).
Police gunned down two Ethiopian Jews for no reason. Each of those times the killing triggered a protest which was met with tear gas & stun grenades.
🔵 #Netanyahu's regime must fall for the sake of Jews and Palestinians alike.
🔵Netanyahu is merely a symptom of a bigger problem, the Israeli occupation which is undemocratic by nature.Its practices leak into Israel & make it look more like the West Bank than Berlin.
The occupation must end. NOW!