Right-wing protesters demonstrate outside Yishai's home

By JONAH MANDEL
November 14, 2010 20:44

 
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Some thirty right-wing demonstrators protested the possibility of the construction moratorium's prolongation outside of Interior Minister Eli Yishai's home in Jerusalem on Sunday night.

The demonstrators, however, were pelted with eggs flung at them from adjacent yeshivot. Police disperesed the group without using force, no casualties or arrests were reported.

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