From blocking highways to dressing up as handmaids, hundreds of thousands of Israelis have protested for three months against a judicial overhaul planned by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government.
Netanyahu has since suspended the overhaul to allow for political dialogue. WSJ’s Dov Lieber explains why the proposals are so divisive and what’s at stake for the country.
0:00 Up to 500,000 Israelis have been protesting a planned judicial overhaul
0:45 What are the judicial reforms that Israelis are angry about?
1:57 How the overhaul is sparking division between secular and religious Israelis
2:40 What’s next?
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