Tens of thousands of Israelis demonstrated on Saturday evening in several cities against the new Israeli government headed by Benjamin Netanyahu, for the fourth week in a row.

And the official Israeli Broadcasting Corporation stated that "tens of thousands demonstrated against the Netanyahu government in the cities of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and Beersheba."

The demonstrators held the Netanyahu government "responsible for the recent operations against the Israelis," according to the Israeli Commission.

Demonstrations took place in Tel Aviv, Haifa, Beersheba and Jerusalem against the new Israeli government (Reuters)

She added that the Tel Aviv police were "on high alert" for fear of a possible attack on the demonstrators who had gathered in the thousands. The demonstrators demanded Netanyahu's resignation because of his prosecution in corruption cases.

On Friday and Saturday, the city of Jerusalem witnessed two shooting attacks, killing 7 Israelis and wounding at least 8, including serious cases.

This came 24 hours after the death of 9 Palestinians - including an elderly woman - during the Israeli occupation forces' raid on Jenin and its camp.

Demonstrations against the Netanyahu government continue for the fourth consecutive week in Israel.

International, Arab and Israeli media described this government, which was sworn in last December 29, as "the most right-wing government in the history of Israel."

The ruling coalition in Israel includes right-wing and extreme-right parties, and other extremist religious parties, while the Palestinians accuse Israel of working at an intense pace to Judaize Jerusalem and obliterate its Arab and Islamic identity.