On video: hundreds of protesters against the legal revolution at the congress center in Haifa (Shlomi Gabai)
Many streets will be blocked tomorrow (Thursday) in the Tel Aviv area following a protest against the legal revolution, and as a result heavy traffic congestion is expected.
The organizers of the demonstrations call it the "National Paralysis Day", and there will be marches, convoys and widespread disruptions throughout the country, including in Bnei Brak, from the early hours of the morning.
During the day of paralysis there will also be several events under the title "#2024", which according to the organizers should illustrate to the public what Israel will look like after the approval of the legal revolution.
Throughout the day there will also be a number of other performances in the air, at sea and on land.
In addition to them, there will be reserve demonstrations,
convoys of agricultural tools in the north and south of the country, protest convoys of vehicles across the country, student protests and marches across the country, marches of the LGBT community in Haifa and Tel Aviv, and hightkist marches in Haifa. Women will march in "The Handmaid's Tale" costumes in Kaplan In Tel Aviv, in the morning.
Students will march across the country in protest against the legal revolution.
In Be'er Sheva there will be a march from the campus led by the Rector of Ben Gurion University;
In Tel Aviv they will march from Antin Square towards Rokah, led by the president of the university;
Marches will also take place in Jerusalem and Haifa.
At 14:00 there will be a stretcher journey around the Knesset, with the participation of cadets from pre-military preparatory schools, seminaries and service years.
Starting in the morning there will be a demonstration in Bnei Brak.
According to the organizers, the event is "to promote a meeting and dialogue with the ultra-Orthodox public".
Protest organizations such as "Standing Together" criticized the march to Bnei Brak, and will hold an alternative demonstration at the Bima square in Tel Aviv at 19:00.
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A demonstration against the legal revolution in Tel Aviv, today (Photo: Uri Sela)
The police will block the following streets in Tel Aviv to vehicular traffic starting at 09:00:
Kaplan Street, from Ibn Gvirol Street to Menachem Begin Street in both directions;
Kaplan intersection via Menachem Begin to the north and south (traffic will be diverted to sinkholes).
The Gesher HaShalom ramps will be closed to the north and south (it will not be possible to go down to Route 20).
Yigal Alon - Peace to the West.
Yigal Alon - Produced in Israel (vehicles will be directed to Produced in Israel Street)
The peace - made in the country (the vehicles will be directed to the east).
The peace - the migration of the youth to the East.
Yigal Alon - Peace to the South.
Yigal Alon - Yitzhak Sade to the north.
Yitzhak Sde Hamsgar to the north.
Ben Avigdor - Preventing going to prison.
The streets of Migal Alon: Aminadav, Kramanitzki, Toval, Vicky Sheeran and the exit from the gas station - traffic will be allowed from HaSolim Street.
Later today, for the planned procession in Ramat Gan and Bnei Brak, the following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic starting at 18:00:
Am Moshavat road towards the west.
Raul Wallenberg/Shetrit heading south.
Gesher Ophce Kadesh in Bnei Brak in both directions.
Abba Hillel street in Ramat Gan towards the east.
Jabotinsky in Ramat Gan from Bialik St. towards the east.
Jabotinsky in Bnei Brak from Gaha intersection towards the west.
Ben Gurion Street from Sheshet Hayam Street to Jabotinsky Street.
Abuchatzira Street from Jabotinsky Street to Am Moshevat Road.
Rabbi Akiva Street towards Jabotinsky Street.
Sokolov Street towards Jabotinsky Street.
Pardes Katz neighborhood in Bnei Brak - entry/exit will be allowed only for residents of the area.
Buses at the Ayalon Mall terminal will be directed to the Kadesh operation bridge and from there turn left towards the north.
Hundreds of protesters against the legal revolution at the congress center in Haifa, yesterday (Photo: Shlomi Gabai)
Alongside the "National Paralysis Day", on Saturday the "Freedom Demonstration" will be held on Kaplan Street, this is the 12th consecutive Saturday, and tens of thousands of demonstrators are expected to arrive.
The organizers of National Paralysis Day said: "We are entering the fateful week in the country's history that will decide whether Israel will go into a constitutional crisis. The Israeli government must immediately stop the dangerous process. We call on all citizens to attend this week's activities and make their voices heard against the dictatorship."
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