Thousands and thousands of people came to Paris Square last night to protest the building freeze.
Route 1 into Jerusalem was slowed to a crawl, filled with vehicles from around the country.
The rally was called for 6:30 pm,
but at 7:00 pm full buses were going
away from the area.
With many Jerusalem streets blocked off to traffic,
it was not a good night to be driving in Jerusalem.
The crowds included young and not so young,
and many enthusiastic groups of young people.
The cotton candy stand was so popular and crowded, could not get near to get a good photo,
and of course, plenty of speeches from the the large stage.
At 8:00 pm, people were still making their way
to Paris Square to join the protest.
Happy Hanukah to all!
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