I understand that not everyone can make it to one of the protest points for various reasons. But for those who can and will, know that those who can't are with you and praying for you. For those who simply can't, for whatever reason, please say Tehillim between 5 pm and 6 pm or 6 pm to 7 pm, whichever period you can cover, for the sake of those who are out there in the vicinity for the sake of Hashem's Name and His Holy City.
I'll be so glad when we can move on to speak of better things...
Traffic Closures For The Pride March Thursday
The annual pride march takes place in Jerusalem this Thursday. The following streets will be closed from 3PM: Keren Hayesod - Plumer St., King George St., Hillel St., Menashe Ben Israel Street.
Streets leading to those streets will also be closed, include Agron Street, Hillel, King George from Keren HaYessod to Be'eri, Elhanan, Shalom Aleichem, Mapu, Ahad Ha'am, Gaza (Arlazarov to Paris Square), Avida, KKL, and Histadrut.
Parking and entrance for disabled marchers- the southern parking area of Liberty Bell Park- entrance from Bethlehem Road.
The roads will open according to the progress of the marchers.
In view of the expected crowds, drivers are asked to be patient and listen to the instructions of police officers, and follow media updates. Waze will also have updates.
For questions, you can contact the police at 110.
Marchers will gather in Liberty Bell Park from 3:45PM. At 5:30PM the march will begin, going from Liberty Bell park - Keren Hayesod - King George Street - Hillel Street - Menashe Ben Israel Street - Independence Park. At 8PM, there will be a concert at Gan Ha'atzmaut with Dana International, Ninet and Miri Mesika.