Oded Balilty / AP
Demonstrators across Israel criticized Tuesday's failure by the government to address violence against women.
Activists carry signs bearing the names of the women killed this year, lighting candles and blocking the streets of the city. Some demonstrators lay on the streets with fake blood over their clothes and stuffed animals. In Tel Aviv, the demonstrators showed red-dyed shoes. In Jerusalem, a well splashed red fluid that resembled blood.
Media representatives reported that people have sung for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, "waking up, our blood is not cheap."
The protest was a reaction to the murder of 24 women this year by a partner, a family member or one Person she knew She was reportedly stabbed for hours by her husband after attending a lawyer's office. Another was allegedly attacked by her son with a hammer.
Last week, the bodies of 13-year-old Silvana Tsegai and 16-year-old Yara Ayoub were discovered in Israel, the Los Angeles Times reported. Authorities said both had been killed by men they knew.
"We had to do something radical to make sure that the women in Israel show the government that we will not tolerate this anymore," organizer Ruti Klein told The Associated Press.
Netanyahu voiced criticism when he voted against a proposal to initiate a parliamentary inquiry into slain women. The demonstrators called for more action and more resources to stop the violence.
This is followed by a United Nations report submitted last year that concluded that the 1992 Human Rights and Freedoms Bill "serves as Israel's bill," "but that legislation promotes equality between men and women." Women "only guaranteed in the public domain. "According to the report, about 200,000 women were victims of domestic violence between 2014 and 2015.
Women of the Wall, a group that has long campaigned for more rights for women worshiping on the Western Wall of Jerusalem, tweeted a Solidarity Note "with a national movement protesting against violence against women in Israel – because women's lives are not available. This battle belongs to all of us. "