Protester held for reading names of hostages outside Netanyahu residence in Caesarea

A protester was held by police this afternoon after reading the names of hostages in Gaza into a megaphone outside the private residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the coastal city of Caesarea, Walla reports.

Protesters have been gathering outside the home calling for an urgent deal that would free the remaining hostages held in Gaza since the October 7 massacre.

The protester, identified by Walla as Dr. Yolanda Yavor, a resident of Or Akiva, was taken to the Hadera police station where a handful of other protesters gathered calling for her release.

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