VIDEO: Protestors break into Knesset building

TEHRAN, Mar. 27 (MNA) – Several protesters to the Zionist regime's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's judicial reform entered the Knesset building on Monday.

Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets across the occupied territories for a second straight day to protest Netanyahu's controversial and unpopular proposed plan to overhaul the occupying regime's judicial system.

The massive protests were held in a number of cities on Sunday, including in the coastal city of Tel Aviv and the occupied al-Quds, where the prime minister's home is located.

They came just a day after some 200,000 people held a protest rally in Tel Aviv as part of weekly demonstrations against the so-called judicial reforms. This is the 12th week in a row that Israeli demonstrators protest against Netanyahu's plan, calling him "crime minister."

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