In the night of Sunday, may 14, at mount Meron, will begin the celebration of Lag b’omer. To date at the site there are thousands of people, according to police estimates taking into account past experience, the next day Meron will be visited by at least a quarter of a million Israelis.
Traffic police blocked traffic on several of the main roads leading to the venue of the celebrations. In particular, closed traffic on route 866 from the intersection Hananiah in the direction of Meron, on highway 89 from the intersection of Hiram junction Elifelet in both directions on highway No. 886 from the junction of Dalton square Ein Zeitim and at 8900 highway from the intersection words of gratitude biriya to the square of Ein Zeitim. Also blocked the exit of Safed, on highway 89, entry and exit from the city will be possible only on highway No. 8900 in the direction of Rosh Pina.
Traffic police also warned about the possibility of blocking highway No. 65 from the Golani junction to the intersection will Kadarim and highway 85 from the intersection Frame to AMI’ad junction in both directions.
We will remind that by the decision of the Ministry of education, may 14 classes in educational institutions of Israel will be held on the regular schedule.