This video says about itself:
A protest condemning the Israeli assault on the Gaza strip, held in Habima square, Tel Aviv on July 12, 2014. The protest was organized after Israel’s military strike against the Gaza strip, killing dozens. Israel stepped up its offensive on the Gaza Strip, pummeling scores of targets and killing more than 120 people as Israeli leaders signaled a weeks-long ground invasion could be quickly approaching.
The protestors were disturbed violently by demonstrators from the right wing that expressed support of the army actions in Gaza.
From the peace movement in Israel:
Demo against the Gaza War, against the blockade, against occupation
Tel-Aviv Sat. 23.8.2014 8pm at Habima Square.
Stop the war! Protest demonstration – Saturday Aug. 23, 20.00, Habima Square, Tel Aviv
We must go on crying out. We must continue opposing the assault on Gaza and demanding the end of the siege. Only in that way can both peoples attain a secure life.
The brutal war in Gaza is a result of the dead end into which Netanyahu government led us, in its systematic avoidance of a just political solution for the two peoples.
Netanyahu chooses for a war of attrition and a continuation of the cruel siege imposed on the Palestinian people – a policy with no vision, nothing to offer, carried out at the expense of both peoples.
On Saturday we will call for an immediate end to the fighting, an end to the war and the bloodshed.
On the spot there will be demonstration stewards. Please follow their instructions regarding the conduct of the demonstration and its dispersion.
مركزة عامة شريكة
Coalition of Women for Peace
The indecisive manner in which the latest Gaza war has apparently concluded—leaving a horrific toll of death and destruction among the Palestinians and an unusually high number of dead Israeli soldiers—has left large sections of the Israeli population questioning what the war was all about and why it was waged: here.