Haredim protest arrest of draft-dodger in Jerusalem, Ashdod and Bnei Brak

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April 13, 2014 01:03

 
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Dozens of haredim protested the arrest of an ultra-Orthodox draft-dodger on Eshkol Boulevard in Jerusalem on Saturday night.

Protesters later attempted to block the entrance to the capital near the Bridge of Strings.Six protesters were detained for questioning.



Similar protests were reported in Ashdod and at the Geha interchange on Route 4 near Bnei Brak.

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