Haredi MKs beaten up by Neturei Karta activists

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June 24, 2010 18:47

 
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Haredi knesset members Moshe Gafni and Uri Maklev were attacked in Mea Shearim on Thursday as they emerged from a synagogue.

The two were had paid a visit to the Slonim rabbi, who lives in Mea Shearim and then entered a synagogue to pray.  When they emerged they were set upon by young extremists from Neturei Karta who spat at them and assaulted them with stones, blows and a chair.

No complaint has been made to the police.



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