Dueling protesters lock horns outside Tel Aviv home of Supreme Court president

Government critics and supporters are facing off against each other outside the north Tel Aviv home of Supreme Court President Esther Hayut.

Riot police are on hand in a bid to separate the two groups of protesters, who are holding dueling rallies for and against plans to remake the relationship between Israel’s governing regime and the judicial system.

Moshe Meron, a prominent right-wing activist, is briefly placed in a police cruiser after an intense verbal altercation with a pro-court demonstrator, though he is not arrested or questioned.

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