Policeman falls from horse after haredim spill oil on J'lem road

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July 17, 2009 00:34

 
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A policeman fell from his horse on Rehov Yosef Karo in Jerusalem on Thursday night, after the horse slipped on oil spilled on the road by haredi demonstrators. The policeman was not hurt in the incident. Police were trying to disperse the demonstration and arrested several protesters who hurled stones and attacked security forces.

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