Litzman buries Barzilai live feed

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 16, 2010 13:11

 
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Deputy Health Minister Ya'acov Litzman forbade the Israeli Antiquities Authority from broadcasting a live video feed from the Barzilai hospital in , where pagan graves are currently being moved in order to make room for a new, armored emergency room.



Litzman supports Atra Kadisha, an extreme haredi group that opposes the movement of bones and claims those near the hospital belonged to Jews, and had demanded that the emergency department be built elsewhere.



Haredim are currently protesting the move in Ashkelon and .


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