Jerusalem: 3 men remanded for Mea Shearim rock-throwing

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July 14, 2011 11:46

 
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Three men arrested on Wednesday for disturbing public order during riots in the Mea Shearim neighborhood were remanded until Friday, when they will face indictment at the Jerusalem Magistrates Court.

A fourth suspect was released to house arrest.

An arrest for tax evasion in the Mea Sha’arim neighborhood of Jerusalem degenerated into violence on Wednesday morning, when hundreds of ultra Orthodox protesters threw rocks, steel bars, and Molotov cocktails at the municipality officials and police.

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