Hundreds of Zionist settlers protested last night (Saturday) against the escalation of Palestinian attacks at the entrance to the Al-Aad area on the outskirts of Tel Aviv.
According to the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, they threw stones at Israeli police vehicles and chanted "Death to the Arabs" at the same time. Zionist protesters clashed with police as they tried to block the street, arresting three residents.
The Zionists, on the other hand, gathered last night in front of the house of Naftali Bennett, the prime minister of the Tel Aviv regime in the town of Rana, and chanted slogans against him. They called the Bennett government incompetent and incapable of securing the lives of the settlers and demanded his resignation.
Meanwhile, former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also ignited protests last night, calling for the resignation of Bennett's cabinet, claiming that a strong government must be formed to ensure the security of the Israelis.