Protesters rally outside Netanyahu’s homes to call for elections and hostage deal

Protesters outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's private residence in Caesarea hold signs with names of communities on the northern border with Lebanon affected by fires due to Hezbollah rocket and drone attacks, June 20, 2024. (Pro-Democracy Movement/Amos Gil)
Protesters outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's private residence in Caesarea hold signs with names of communities on the northern border with Lebanon affected by fires due to Hezbollah rocket and drone attacks, June 20, 2024. (Pro-Democracy Movement/Amos Gil)

Continuing their “week of disruption,” anti-government protesters hold demonstrations near Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s private residences in the northern coastal town of Caesarea and on Jerusalem’s Azza Street, as they call for new elections and the return of all the hostages held by Hamas.

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