protestors who gathered Friday at the east neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah did
not require a license in order to demonstrate and were within their right to do so - as long as the protest remained peaceful, a court ruled on Thursday afternoon.
to the ruling, security forces that arrived at the scene at the start of the
protest should not have made moves to disperse it, but only to guard the
said the ruling, the gathering became illegal once the demonstrators began to
block the road and shout obscenities at Jews who were praying nearby.