Opponents of the proposed judicial reform on Tuesday hung Israeli flags with the words, "Free in our land," outside the homes of haredi elected officials.

Among others, flags with the writing were hung outside the home of Deputy Culture Minister Ya'akov Tesler (United Torah Judaism), who lives in Ashdod.

A group of demonstrators also waited under the home of MK Yitzhak Pindrus (United Torah Judaism) in Jerusalem's Old City, in an attempt to create a provocation, hanging flags on neighbors' windows without their permission.

In response, Pindrus surprised the protesters by bringing them cups of coffee and sugar, and invited them to attend prayers with him. The protesters responded by mumbling in embarrassment, and then left the area.

Israeli flags outside Tesler's home Credit: spokesperson