'Tel Aviv' crippled by protesters after Netanyahu sacks police chief
Israeli occupation police deploy forces to "Ayalon Highway" to disperse settlers blocking the major road.
Thousands of Israeli settlers took to the streets in "Tel Aviv" on Wednesday evening to protest Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to sack the city's chief of police Amichai Eshid.
Israeli media reported that hundreds of settlers marched toward the "Ayalon Highway" and blocked the major road in both directions, which resulted in a traffic jam amid violent clashes with security forces.
Eshid was earlier accused by Police Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir of "surrendering to the Israeli left."
The security agency deployed officers mounted on horses in attempts physically force settlers away from the road, while also using high-pressure water cannons, as Israelis lit up fires in the middle of the highway.
Israeli media said a settler rammed demonstrators who were blocking "Kaplan Street" in "Tel Aviv", which resulted in several injuries.
The streets of "Tel Aviv" have been witnessing angry protests for months against the Netanyahu government's judicial overhaul for months.
Last Saturday witnessed the 26th consecutive week of demonstrations as protesters flooded the streets across occupied Palestine.
Several other locations have been announced as main protests including "Haifa, Al-Quds, Ashdod, Beersheba, Karkur, Beit Shemesh, Netanya, and Karmiel."
Protests continued even amid the large-scale aggression that was launched on Jenin, as Monday evening saw a large number of settlers gathering at the Ben Gurion Airport and Haifa port.
One of the main figures representing the anti-judicial reforms movement warned that the opposition will not allow shutting down their protests using the pretext of the aggression on Jenin.
Last week, Israeli media reports that “hundreds of reservists in the operational units of the Israeli Air Force have suspended their voluntary service” until the judicial reforms are stopped.