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Due to protests against the legal reform: many streets in Tel Aviv will be closed to traffic Israel today


The protests are taking place this is the fifth Saturday since they began • Starting at 16:00, central roads in the city will be blocked including: Kaplan, Ibn Gvirol, and Shaul the King • Organizers of the protests: "Israel is one step away from becoming a dictatorship with no way back"

A city in protest:

The demonstrations against the legal reform led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Justice Minister Yariv Levin will take place today (Saturday) for the fifth time since they began.

Many streets in Tel Aviv and other cities will be closed to traffic in order to allow the protests to take place.

Many roads in Tel Aviv were blocked 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.

  • Leskov St. from Haftman St. to Kaplan in a northerly direction.

  • Dubnov St. from Shaul Hamelech St. to Kaplan in both directions.

  • Arnia St. from Harvea St. to Kaplan St. in a northerly direction.

  • Ibn Gvirol Street between Shaul Hamelech Street and Marmorak Street towards the south.

  • Dizengoff Street between 1479 Street and Ibn Gvirol Street in both directions.

  • Chen Blvd. from Hanaviim St. to Dizengoff St. in a southerly direction.

  • Marmorak Street between Ibn Gvirol Street and 1879 Street towards the west.

  • Rothschild St. from Hashmonaim St. to the Bima Square heading north.

  • Karlibach Street from Hasmonaim Street to Ibn Gvirol Street towards the west.

Starting at 18:00, the following streets will be closed to vehicle traffic:

  • Kaplan intersection via Menachem Begin to the north and south (traffic is directed to the sinkholes).

  • Ammunition Hill from Moshe Dayan Street to Menachem Begin Street (Azrieli Junction).

  • The ascents to the Peace Interchange on the Ayalon lanes from the north and south.

Drop-off points for passengers arriving by shuttle:

  • Shaul Hamelech St. between Weizman St. and Ibn Gvirol St.

  • Hashmonaim Street between Hamsgar Street and Karlibach Street.

  • You must wait in regulated parking lots only, such as the Reading parking lot and the Carmelite parking lot.

  • Passengers will be picked up at the end of the protest at the same places.

Organizers of the Kaplan protest: "Israel is one step away from becoming a dictatorship with no way back. As President Macron made clear to Netanyahu - if his evil plan goes through, Israel will cease to be a democracy. This is a time of war for the home, for the values ​​of the Declaration of Independence, for freedom and equality. As in all wars Israel - the people will defeat the dictators who threaten them."

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Source: israelhayom

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