Police close streets nationwide for Purim 'Adloyada' parade

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 22, 2013 10:35

 
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Police on Friday closed streets nationwide for the annual Purim Adloyada ["until they don't know"] parade, Army Radio reported.

In Tel Aviv, Shaul Hamelech and Kaplan Street are to be closed.
In Nahariya - Ga'aton Boulevard will be closed, and  in Karmiel the parade will be held on Nesi'ey Yisrael street. Hadera, on President's Street, Ranana, Ahuza Street, Rishon Lezion on Rothschild Boulevard, Dimona - the commercial center area, while in Eilat, the Negev Brigade Boulevard, Palm Avenue and Derech Yotam.

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