Report: 'Haredim in Jerusalem protesting police brutality'

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June 14, 2010 22:15

 
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A couple of hundred Haredim are demonstrating in Jerusalem, to protest at an archaeological dig in Jaffa and the police use by of pepper spray against a senior Rabbi, Yediot Ahronot reported on Monday.

Earlier in the day there was a Haredi demonstration against an archeological dig in Jaffa.  The Haredim say that during the Jaffa demonstration, the elderly rabbi was sprayed in the face by police.

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