(Worthy News) – Some 100,000 people protested against the government’s judicial reforms in Tel Aviv on Saturday night including Israeli politicians that oppose Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The protest started on Kaplan Street and then turned into a march that went go through Menahem Begin, Parashat Drahim, Arlozorov, Derech Namir, Shaul Hamelech and Dovanov streets. The march will end at the Tel Aviv Governmental Complex.
Roads were closed from before 5 p.m., drawing outrage from protestors who claimed that the closures were being done so early to restrict protesting and stop them from being able to reach the location. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More…) ]
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