by Yosi Ohayon
About 440 Hi-Tach companies let their workers go on strike on Tuesday to protest against the Jewish extreme-right government’s plans to weaken the courts’ work.
There has never been such a strike in Israel. These people, like half of Israel’s population, are standing up to protect the Zionist entity from extremist Jewish politicians and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu himself.
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“The only democracy in the Middle East” is fighting for its freedom of speech, the freedom of citizens’ rights, and freedom from “the father,” who abuses his family.
The war for freedom has just begun. Stay tuned.
Yosi Ohayon is an art director, designer, and writer. The former head of the visual communication department of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem.