Tel Aviv, Aug. 2 -- : Thousands of protesters took part in anti-government protests outside the official residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday evening (local time).
According to The Times of Israel, it is the biggest rally to be held in the capital since the recent start of anti-government protests.
As per reports, some 10,000 people took part in protests at Prime Minister's residence.
Around a thousand people demonstrated outside Netanyahu's private home in the coastal town of Caesarea. Besides these, thousands protested against the premier at bridges and highway overpasses across the country.
Police arrested four people earlier in the day for "accosting demonstrators at a pair of protests in the south and in Haifa...