Protesters took to the streets in front of Netanyahu’s residence, condemning corruption and colonialism on his part. Over 10,000 people attended, keeping the Prime Minister of Israel awake for the entire night.
Thousands of protesters flooded the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, meeting at Al-Haboubi Square the day after nationalist and Islamist militias known as Sadrists burned the square and killed 5 people. Iranian militias and Sadrists later attacked the protesters, killing several via what appeared to be grenade launchers and assault rifles.
Hundreds of Iraqis gathered at the Muhammad al-Qasim Highway to place barricades and disrupt activity as part of the anti-corruption protest movement, chanting slogans against Soleimani and Iranian intervention. The Iraqi government responded by sending dozens of security forces, with heavily militarized riot police assaulting protesters on foot.
Riots broke out in the Kasserine province city of Sbeitla, following the death of a protester of injuries sustained when a police officer shot at his head with a tear gas canister. Demonstrators set the police station on fire and launched firecrackers at police, demanding justice for their murdered comrade-in-arms.