Thousands of people protested against the extremist government of Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv and other cities of the occupied territories on Saturday evening for several weeks in a row.

Iran PressMiddle East: Since Benjamin Netanyahu regained power in the occupied territories, and during this period, his extremist cabinet is faced with widespread popular protests inside.

Netanyahu, who has been on trial for years on charges of corruption, bribery, and betrayal of trust, intends to cancel his trial with the help of the justice minister of this regime with what he calls "judicial military reform".

In the past weeks, dozens of cities from the north to the south of occupied Palestine, including Tel Aviv, Haifa, al-Quds, Beersheba, Rishon Letzion and Herzliya, were the scene of demonstrations against the far-right cabinet.

This demonstration has been held in the shadow of a fierce conflict between the coalition of the far-right cabinet headed by Netanyahu and the opposition faction headed by Yair Lapid, the former prime minister of the Zionist regime.

The leaders of the opposition of the Zionist regime consider the reforms of Netanyahu's cabinet to weaken the judicial system and Netanyahu's attempt to prevent his trial for three cases of corruption and bribery,  believing that these actions of the cabinet will lead the Zionist regime to conflict, civil war and collapse.