Supporters of Rabbi Yaakov Yosef burn tires in Jerusalem

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 3, 2011 08:27

 
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Supporters of Rabbi Yaakov Yosef on Sunday burned tires near Haim Bar-Lev Street in Jerusalem in protest of the rabbi's arrest in the early morning.

Police said there were no disruptions to traffic and officers were preparing to prevent any disturbances and road blocks.

Meanwhile, police arrested three young men in Jerusalem who tried to block the city's light rail from moving.

They were taken in for questioning.

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