Report: Police arrest teen who asks about shooting WoW

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June 6, 2013 20:18

 
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Police arrested a 17-year-old on Thursday after he asked a rabbis on the website "Kippa" if it was "permitted to shot at the Women of the Wall when they arrive to wear talit[ot] on Sunday at the Western Wall," Army Radio reported.

The youth was reportedly arrested during an annual trip taken by the yeshiva in which he studies.

A mass haredi protest is being organized to take place this Sunday at the Western Wall to express opposition to the Women of the Wall activist group who plan to hold their monthly prayer service at the site.

Jeremy Sharon contributed to this report.

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