Dozens throw stones at 2 haredi soldiers in Mea She'arim

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May 19, 2013 23:38

 
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Dozens of haredim threw stones at two haredi IDF soldiers in Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox Mea She'arim neighborhood on Sunday night, police stated.

The haredim lit trash cans on fire and fled the scene.

Firefighters arrived to extinguish the blazes. No injuries were reported.

Th incident came after an anti-draft demonstration staged by the radical Eda Haredit organization turned violent Thursday night, with haredi protestors throwing rocks, glass bottles and other objects at police in front of Jerusalem’s IDF recruiting office in Jerusalem's Romema.

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