Category: Days and Nights
Stuff that’s happened.
Testing this new Facebook album retrieval thingy.
If this works, there should be photos of pancakes here: “A giant stack of flapjacks that I made.” From Pancakes. Posted by Nicole Tanit Nefertaueret Lasher on 11/10/2012 (8 items) With butter and syrup. The giant stack. The giant stack. The giant stack top view. The giant stack and maple syrup. The giant stack and…
Israel’s ‘Day of Disruption’ protest by land, air and sea – In pictures – Israel Politics – The Jerusalem Post
Demonstrators on Thursday morning blocked traffic into the departures area at Ben-Gurion Airport as part of the nationwide judicial reform protests taking place throughout the country.
As people crowd into the streets to protest against the judicial reform bill, the century-old adage “a picture is worth a thousand words” certainly rings true. Source: Israel’s ‘Day of Disruption’ protest by land, air and sea – In pictures – Israel Politics – The Jerusalem Post
Anti-government [Actually Anti Fascist] protests continue – Globes
Nobel laureate Prof. Avram Hershko told a rally in Haifa: There will be no-one to protect the citizen from the tyranny of the regime.
Speaking in Haifa, Prof. Avram Hershko, a Nobel prizewinner for chemistry, said, “We must stop the madness. I can no longer stand aside, I must now express my opinion. What is happening here is an attempt to turn Israel from a democracy into tyranny, a dictatorship. There will be no-one to protect the citizen from…
Thousands in Israel protest far-right government’s plan to weaken nation’s judiciary
The recently elected far-right government in Israel took a clear step Monday toward passing highly controversial judicial “reform”. Its actions have created a massive reaction among Israelis who stand against it, saying they could fundamentally alter Israel’s democracy. William Brangham discussed the latest with David Makovsky of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
Israel doesn’t have a constitution, but it does have a series of key rulings that, as best as possible under the circumstances and politics, protect the rights of Israeli citizens and residents. These rulings come through Bagatz, the Israeli equivalent of the supreme court of justice. The current government seeks to disempower Bagatz, putting…
Tens of Thousands of Israelis Set to Protest Netanyahu’s Judicial Coup for Seventh Consecutive Week – Israel News – Haaretz.com
Demonstrations are planned for dozens of cities across Israel, with the main rally taking place in central Tel Aviv. On Monday, thousands of Israelis will once again descend on the Knesset
Protests against the Netanyahu-led government’s judicial overhaul are slated to resume Saturday night in dozens of locations around Israel, including in the cities of Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, and Be’er Sheva. The main rally will take place for the fifth time at Tel Aviv’s Kaplan Street, starting at 7 P.M.Due to the expected crowds, Israel…