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August 20, 2013


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Bas Melech

The residents of Mea Shearim and followers of the Eidah Chareidis KNOW without a doubt that riots produce results in their favor. Nothing new. It has occurred forever.

Now is the upcoming Yom Tov tourist season. Mea Shearim and Geulah are popular tourist spots. Arrests elicit demonstrations.

Th police will retaliate with greater force, sometimes uncalled for. Unfortunately, a mafia type committee rules the chareidim.


"Officials at the Jerusalem Police were hardly pleased with the State's decision to withdraw the more serious charges, even as officers testified to clearly detecting the defendants assaulting their fellow policemen"

Uh huh. Meanwhile, when men of this ilk threw chairs at Women of the Wall, the police took their orders from Rabbi Rabinovitch and stood by and did nothing - for *years* - but when these big, strong men become the target of such assaults, *all of a sudden* it's a big deal.

I don't care for anyone on either side of this situation.

Alter Kocker

What is going to happen is that ordinary citizens will take matters into their own hands. They will, if matters continue as they are, use force whenever they witness Haredi wrongdoing. Soldiers are another matter. If the handcuffs are removed by chain of command, I can see a number of Haredim reporting to emergency rooms with missing teeth, blackened eyes, broken bones and ruptured testicles.


A question worth answering or trying to is: where's the tipping point? At what point does Israel descend into something close to anarchy and how much of that sort of thing will it take for the moderates to rise en masse against the Haredim?


Israel must put an end to this preferential treatment of Haredi rioters. Enough is enough! There must be one law for all.

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