Benjamin Netanyahu may be the longest-serving and most experienced leader of the apartheid state of ‘Israel’, but in the past few days, he has been suffering from perhaps one of the most turbulent weeks in more than fifteen years in office. Following powerful pro-Palestine and Zionist-led pro-justice demonstrations held outside Downing Street on Friday, and overnight protests in Tel Aviv and other parts of ‘Israel’, Netanyahu has backed down from making highly controversial changes to the judiciary. 
One of the key issues that citizens of the apartheid state have with Netanyahu and his proposed changes is that a simple majority or 61 votes out of the 120-seat Knesset would be given the power to overrule almost all supreme court judgments. Critics have accused the Israeli regime of attempting a power grab. 
Influential regime leader sacked
The electorate has also been enraged by Netanyahu for his dramatic dismissal of the Minister of Defence, Yoav Gallant.
On Sunday, the former military commander had become the first senior member of the coalition leadership to publicly call on Netanyahu to ditch proposals aimed at watering down the power of the Zionist state’s supreme court. 
UK visit and London demonstration
In the midst of a wave of demonstrations against the planned judicial amendments, the war criminal Netanyahu audaciously travelled to Britain and met with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Friday, 24 March.
A risible statement issued by Downing Street said,
“The Prime Minister … expressed his solidarity with ‘Israel’ in the face of terrorist attacks in recent months. The UK would always stand with Israel and its ability to defend itself. At the same time, the PM outlined international concern at growing tensions in the West Bank and the risk of undermining efforts towards the two state solution. He encouraged all efforts to de-escalate, particularly ahead of the upcoming religious holidays.
“The Prime Minister stressed the importance of upholding the democratic values that underpin our relationship, including in the proposed judicial reforms in ‘Israel’.” 
Netanyahu not welcome in London pic.twitter.com/rVZwg0l9pp— Palestine Culture (@PalestineCultu1) March 24, 2023
Most fittingly, while posing for customary photographs outside 10 Downing Street, cries of “Shame!” in Hebrew could be heard from nearby Whitehall. 
Netanyahu is likely to be carefully considering his next steps as the convicted terrorist and Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir has threatened to quit if he does not follow through with the judicial changes.