Traffic jams begin as thousands of Israelis prepare for Passover feast

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Traffic jams were reported throughout Israel on Monday, in the first sign of what has become an annual nationwide deadlock ahead of the Passover dinner.

Army Radio reported congestion along the coastal highway from the Netanya area to the Olga interchange over a fire that erupted nearby, while the old Tel Aviv-Haifa highway was reportedly jammed from Hasharon junction to Horoeh junction.

Traffic jams were also reported along route 70 from the Ein Tut interchange to Elyakim. Cars are reportedly crawling along on route 65 from the Iron interchange to the Umm al-Fahm junction.

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