Police blocking haredim from nearing Intel facility to protest

Police blocking haredim

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 12, 2009 12:22

 
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Police were blocking a small group of haredi Jews from entering the Intel semiconductor facility at Har Hotzvim in Jerusalem on Saturday afternoon, Army Radio reported. The haredim arrived there to protest the plant's opening on Shabbat. Protests outside the Intel factory have been taking place for the past four weeks every weekend.

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