Eda Haredit decides to intensify protests in J'lem parking lot row

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June 29, 2009 23:26

 
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The Eda Haredit has decided to intensify its protests over the Jerusalem parking lot row. In a meeting Monday night, heads of the organization, led by Rabbi Tuvia Weiss, decided to hold a mass prayer rally on Saturday as well a demonstration outside the Jerusalem Municipality sometime next week to protest the Shabbat opening of the Carta lot, located near the Old City.

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