Reimposed coronavirus curbs after a spike in new COVID-19 cases have prompted Israelis demanding better state aid to take to the streets in almost daily demonstrations.
Public anger has been also been fueled by corruption alleged against Netanyahu, who went on trial in May for bribery, fraud and breach of trust - charges he denies.
Israel was one of the first countries to impose a nationwide lockdown and initially was successful in clamping down on the outbreak. Daily cases that numbered in the hundreds dropped to low double digits.
Concerned about the economic toll, the government eased those restrictions - too quickly, some officials have since acknowledged - and infection rates re-surged.
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- [HEBREW SPEECH]!
- We're protesting. Not against somebody specific. Although, our Prime Minister, Bibi, Benjamin Netanyahu, is just a symptom of the problem.
What we're trying to say is protesting against the whole system. The whole regime that is ignoring us. That is not letting us expressing ourself. It's calling us anarchy.
- I mean, we're losing here. Everybody sitting at home, like I said before, not making money. Although someone that has stolen millions from us is again, not going to jail. Not facing charges.
We need justice. We just got from him 750 shekels, possibly? I wonder if that actually feeds him for one day, for the amount that he shows us, spending. So it's ridiculous.