TEHRAN (Tasnim) - Thousands of protesters continued their gatherings against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem (al-Quds) on Saturday over his corruption and the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Protesters were seen being arrested as crowds gathered near Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's residence for an anti-government rally in Jerusalem (al-Quds), Saturday.
Protesters marched from the Knesset building towards the prime minister's residence, holding banners and flags, demanding Netanyahu's resignation, accusing him of poor handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Restrictions on gatherings passed by the Israeli parliament ban rallies of more than 20 people amid the COVID-19 lockdown which was re-imposed following a surge in infections in the country.