- Petah Tikva City Hall, meet at 15:00 (local time) and march towards Jabotinsky Street
- Rosh HaAyin Police Station, 17:30
- Azrieli Center, 17:00
- Coastal Road (Highway 2) in Netanya, 17:00
- Ashkelon Sports Arena, 18:00
- Petah Tikva Street in Jerusalem, 19:00
Heightened security measures and localized transportation disruptions are to be expected near the protests.
Tensions have been high in the country since an off-duty police officer allegedly shot an unarmed man of Ethiopian descent in the Kiryat Haim area of Haifa on June 30. On July 1, protesters burned tires and erected barricades in Haifa. Large crowds reportedly gathered in Kiryat Haim and Kiryat Ata after the accused officer was put under house arrest. Associated rallies were reported in Kiryat Ono, Be'er Sheva, Ashkelon, Rehovot, and other cities across Israel throughout the evening (local time) on July 1. At least five protesters were arrested in Tel Aviv on July 10, and another 13 were arrested following protests on July 15.
Individuals in Israel are advised to monitor developments to the situation, avoid all protests and demonstrations as a precaution, and adhere to all instructions issued by the local authorities.
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