On Wednesday, anti-war activists also held a similar demonstration outside the house of Israeli Minister for Military Affairs Ehud Barak in Tel Aviv, calling him the “No. 1 terrorist” in the Israeli regime.
Over 20 people have been killed and more than 160 others injured in the new wave of Israeli attacks on Gaza since November 14.
The Israeli Hadash party urges the public to further join demonstrations that have been held against the deadly airstrikes by the Tel Aviv regime on the besieged Palestinian territory of Gaza Strip.
The move follows similar demonstrations held by hundreds of anti-war protesters in Tel Aviv, Haifa and al-Quds (Jerusalem) on Thursday night.
“Stop the killing, stop the bloodshed immediately,” said Hadash party member Dov Henin.
He also called on the Tel Aviv regime for an “immediate ceasefire.”
During the demonstration in Tel Aviv, Muhammad Barakei, another Hadash member, said, “We came here to say that wars do not solve the conflict, only serve to add more bloodshed.”