Dozens of ultra-Orthodox protesting in Kikar Shabbat according to police

Police are operating in the area.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF, MAARIV ONLINE
November 4, 2018 22:20
Dozens of ultra-Orthodox protesting in Kikar Shabbat according to police

Mass haredi protest blocks traffic arteries in Israel. . (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

 
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Several dozen ultra-Orthodox demonstrated and blocked the Sabbath square in Jerusalem, making the route closed to traffic.

A police spokesperson said police were operating in the area.

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