As left-wing protesters gathered in Tel Aviv to protest Israeli occupation’s new right-wing government, Palestinian flags were seen being waved by protesters.
MK Hanoch Milwidsky (Likud) shared a photo of one of the protesters on Twitter, writing: “The flag of the enemy at a protest against the judicial reform. Does anyone else need an explanation of why this reform is so necessary?”
Among the signs spotted at the rally was one stating: “1933, we can and need to compare,” seemingly comparing the new government to the Nazi’s rise to power in Germany.
Thousands of left-wing protesters have gathered near Habima theater in Tel Aviv ahead of a march against the new government.
The Omdim B’yahad movement, one of the rally’s organizers wrote in a statement: “The extreme and dangerous bodies in the new government which was established are already planning to harm us all: how to deepen the racist discrimination against Arab citizens, how to cut social funding, how to discriminate based on gender and sex.