The General Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation will hold an extraordinary meeting of the Open-ended Executive Committee tomorrow to discuss the Israeli attacks on the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque at its headquarters in Jeddah. Israeli Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir visited the courtyards of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is under protection Israeli occupying forces, and in the light of attempts by Israel, the occupying power, to change the legal and historical status of the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque. .
And in the occupied territories, thousands of Israelis demonstrated Saturday night-Sunday in Tel Aviv against the new government led by Benjamin Netanyahu, which is considered the most right-wing government in the history of the Jewish state.
According to AFP journalists, demonstrators took to the streets of the city center with banners reading “Go away”, “Together against fascism and apartheid” and “Democracy in danger”.
After winning the November 1 legislative election, Netanyahu, who is accused of corruption, took over on December 29 as head of a government made up of far-right and religious extremist parties.
Omar, a protester working in Tel Aviv’s tech sector, said: “I came here today with thousands of people. This is the first time, but (the movement) will continue because we have a problem. disperse their forces until they represent a majority.”
The new government has announced its intention to continue the settlement of the Palestinian territories and implement reforms of particular concern to the LGBT community, in addition to reforming the judiciary.
And new Israeli justice minister Yariv Levin announced on Wednesday night his intention to change the judiciary to include an “exception” that allows parliament to suspend Supreme Court decisions. tried on charges of corruption.
“My ancestors came here to build something amazing,” Assaf’s lawyer, who declined to give his full name, told AFP. “We don’t want to feel that our democracy is disappearing and that the Supreme Court will be destroyed.”
In addition to Israeli flags and other colors of the rainbow, demonstrators in Tel Aviv also waved banners and T-shirts bearing the words “Minister of Crime” in reference to the allegations leveled against Netanyahu on a number of occasions.