A day before the High Court hearing on the cancellation of the probable cause, hundreds of demonstrators protested (today) near the home of Justice Minister Yariv Levin. The activists waved signs with the inscription "They want to put away, they don't want Levin." During the demonstration, several demonstrators tried to block the exit of the house of The minister, which forced the security officials to order the car to leave on a side road. When the car left, the protesters tried to obstruct the vehicle's movement with garbage cans. In addition, the protesters appealed to the Prime Minister: "Stop allowing Levin to function as the de facto Prime Minister and shelve the laws of the coup d'état."
Due to the rioting of the protesters, the police arrested six of them, The police arrested three of a bus belonging to the "Arms Brothers" organization in Latrun, who were on their way to Levin's house. Also, a number of protesters were removed to a police compound after blocking the traffic routes connecting Latrun with Modi'in.
The protest of the Brothers in Arms Reservists stated: "Acting Prime Minister Levin is dismantling Israeli democracy and tearing the people apart. The dictatorial Probability Abolition Law endangers Israel's position in the world and leaves the IDF soldiers exposed in front of the International Court of Justice in The Hague. We will not allow the Kahanist coup to dismantle democracy and we, unlike Netanyahu, are not afraid of the Minister of Justice."