In the shadow of the attack that took place last night (Friday) in the synagogue in Jerusalem in which seven people were murdered, the protest against the legal reform that will take place tonight on Kaplan Street in Tel Aviv will begin with a minute's silence and will be held in a different format.
The organizers of the demonstration said that "last night's murderous attack in Jerusalem tears the heart and soul. We share in the pain and grief of the families of the murdered and wish for the recovery of the injured.
"The events will begin at 19:00 with a minute of silence and will be held without music and while participating in the pain of the families of the murdered. May their memory be blessed."
A demonstration against the legal reform in Tel Aviv, photo: Reuters
Social activists yesterday called for the cancellation of the demonstration following the attack.
The social activist Eldad Yaniv clarified that "the right to protest always exists. You can choose in solidarity to suspend the protest tomorrow and resume it after the funerals, next week and also release the hundreds of police officers for ongoing security operations. The massacre in the synagogue on Shabbat night is a reminder of our common destiny here - unconditionally - and in full shared destiny Even in times of sharp controversy."
Ahead of the demonstration, these are the roads that will be blocked
Starting at 16:45, the following streets
will be closed to vehicle traffic
will be closed to vehicle traffic
Kaplan St. - from Ibn Gvirol to Menachem Begin in both directions.
Leonardo da Vinci St. - from Haftman St. to Shaul Hamelech St. in both directions.
Laskov St. - from Haftman St. to Kaplan St. in a northerly direction.
Dubnov Street - from Mana Street to Shaul Hamelech Boulevard towards the south, from Shaul Hamelech Boulevard to Kaplan Street in both directions.
Arnia Street - from Harvea Street to Kaplan Street heading north.
The ascents to the Peace Interchange on the Ayalon lanes from the north and south.
Jabotinsky Street (Ramat Gan) - from Abba Hillel Street to the crossroad heading south.
Hamsgar Street - from Yitzhak Sade Street to Menachem Begin Road in a northerly direction.
Derech Namir - from Pankas Street to Shaul Hamelech Boulevard towards the south.
A procession of the Black Flag Movement
The route of the procession - departure from Kaplan, Menachem Begin, Crossroads, Nemir Road, Shaul Hamelech, Dubnov to Kiryat Hamlet.
Starting at 18:45, the following streets will be closed to vehicle traffic :
Starting at 18:45, the following streets
will be closed to vehicle traffic :
Derech Menachem Begin - from the street at the crossroads to Derech Namir in both directions.
Arabi Nahal Street - from Yigal Alon Street to Menachem Begin Street heading west.
Derech Menachem Begin - from Shaul Hamelech Boulevard to Hasmonaim Street in both directions, including the sunsets.
A street at a crossroad - from Menachem Begin Road to Namir Road in both directions (including the exit from the bus terminal).
Arlozorov Street - from Weitzman Street to Nemir Street towards the east.
Arlozorov Street - from Henrietta Sold Street to Nemir Street in both directions.
Henrietta Sold Street - from Dafna Street to Shaul Hamelech Street.
Weizman Street - from David Hamelech Boulevard to Shaul Hamelech Boulevard towards the south.
In addition, on Saturday, January 28, 2023, there will be a protest by the Movement for the Quality of Government in the Hamima Square
starting at 4:45 p.m. The following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic:
Ibn Gvirol Street - between Shaul Hamelech Street and Marmorak Street towards the south.
Dizengoff Street - between King George Street and Ibn Gvirol Street in both directions.
Sderot 1579 - from Dizengoff Street to Bima Square in both directions.
Sderot Chen - from Hanaviim Street to Dizengoff Street in a southerly direction.
Marmorak Street - from Ibn Gvirol Street to 1579 Street towards the west.
Rothschild Boulevard - from Hashmonaim Street to Hima Square heading north.
Sderot Ben Zion - from King George Street to Ahad Ha'am Street towards the east.
Ahad Ha'am Street - from Hashmonaim Street to Bima Square heading north.
Karlibach Street - from Hashmonaim Street to Ibn Gvirol Street towards the west.
Sderot Shaul Hamelech - from Ibn Gvirol Street to Weizman Street in both directions.
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