Roadblocks In Jerusalem 

Ahead of the demonstrations tonight: these are the roads that will be blocked in Jerusalem

The police announced that during the day they will block a series of roads throughout the city of Jerusalem, as a result of the left-wing demonstrations planned to take place throughout the day

Protesters (Photo: Yossi Aloni, Flash90.)

In preparation for the hearing at the Supreme Court, where all High Court judges will discuss reducing the probable cause, a series of demonstrations will take place during the day in Jerusalem, The police announced many blockades throughout the city.

Ahead of the unprecedented hearing expected to take place in the Supreme Court on Tuesday, in which 15 Supreme Court judges will discuss for the first time the invalidation of a basic law, the Kaplan protest organizations will hold several demonstrations throughout Jerusalem, as a result, the police announced a series of roadblocks that will take place during the day.

The police announced that in light of the demonstrations throughout the day, the following roads will be closed to traffic from 16:00 and there will be no vehicular traffic, The roads expected to be blocked are:

Eliezer Kaplan and Zusman Streets will be blocked in the section between Derech Ruppin Street (Clock Square) and Rabin St.

Rabin St. will be blocked in the section between Lorach St. and Rothschild St.

HaNassi HaShishi Blvd will be blocked in the section between Shaarey Mishpat intersection and Rabin Ave.

Rothschild Street will be blocked in the section between Yitzhak Rabin Boulevard and the Knesset building.

Gaza Street will be blocked in the section between Hazaz Street and Arlozorov.

Mi-Tudela Street will be blocked in the section between Haari Street and Saadia Gaon Street.

Ben Zvi Street will be blocked in the section between Yitzhak Rabin St. and Ruppin Street intersection.

Ramban Street will be blocked in the section between Rivlin Square and Arlozorov Street.

The main demonstration is expected to take place in front of the Supreme Court building, where the protestors will demonstrate and march towards Prime Minister Netanyahu's house.

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