Hundreds of demonstrators took to the street of Tel Aviv, Sunday, to protest against police brutality, discrimination and racism towards Israels Ethiopian Jewish community. Video ID: 20150503-062 Video on Demand: ruptly.tv ruptly.tv ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: twitter Ruptly twitter Ruptly twitter Ruptly VK: vk
Clashes between police and protesters broke out as several hundred Ethiopian Israelis demonstrated in Tel Aviv against racism, Monday. Seventeen people were reportedly arrested. Local newspapers reported that the demonstration was accompanied by hundreds of border and riot police. Several demonstrators reportedly carried signs with messages reading We are the house of Israel, no one can take away this identity and I have no other country, even if racism burns through it. Video ID: 20150622-118 Video on Demand: ruptly.tv ruptly.tv r
Violent clashes erupt in central Tel Aviv as Israeli forces fire stun grenades to disperse thousands of Ethiopians protesting against racism and police brutality. The protest was held outside the Azrieli towers in central Tel Aviv. Local media reports say at least 20 policemen and several protesters have been injured. Protesters have blocked major arteries and junctions, vowing to continue rallies until their demands are met. They demanded an investigation into racism and violence by Israeli police against Africans. The rally was held after a video emerged earlier showing an Ethiopian being beaten by police in a racist attack.
Israeli Ethiopians protest in Tel Avivi, against police violence and racism, May 3-4, 2015. More than 3,000 young Ethiopian Israelis staged a protest, sparked by a series of incidents involving racism and police brutality against members of the Ethiopian Jewish community
EDITORIAL NEWS VIDEO - JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - APRIL 30, 2015 Following an alleged racist incident of police brutality against an orthodox Ethiopian IDF soldier, the Ethiopian community in Israel took to the streets of Jerusalem in what was to be a peaceful protest, shutting down traffic and public transport in many parts of the city. However, as the crowds got out control, the protest broke out into a full-fledged violent riot involving tear gas, mounted police, water cannons, and flash grenades. Many of the protesters drew comparisons to the recent Baltimore Riots following the funeral of Freddie Gray. ©20
Police on horseback charged hundreds of ethnic Ethiopian citizens in central Tel Aviv on Sunday as an anti-racism protest descended into one of the most violent demonstrations in Israels commercial capital in years. The protesters, Israeli Jews of Ethiopian origin, were demonstrating against what they say is police brutality. This after the emergence of a video clip showing policemen shoving and punching a black soldier. For more News visit: sabc.co.za news sabc.co.za news sabc.co.za news a
Israeli Jews of Ethiopian origin step up anti racism protests Reuters For the full article at Haaretz : haaretz news israel .premium-1.654728 haaretz news israel .premium-1.654728 haaretz news israel .p. Dozens injured in Ethiopian-Israeli protest against police brutality in Tel Aviv Police take harsh action against protesters hurling rocks and bottles; earlier, thousands blocked roads in rally against police violence and racism. Clashes erupted in