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    • jack
    • 28.12.11 | 18:30 (IST)

    It was in Israel on Wednesday morning reported that a chareidi man was arrested for verbally assaulting and spitting at a female soldier on a number 49 bus. According to a Kol Chai Radio report, eyewitnesses told police that the events were quite different than reported initially. They stated the female soldier sat among many men and she was asked politely to please sit elsewhere. The chareidi who addressed the soldier was not rude, and he most certainly did not curse of spit, the report adds. Passengers’ report that police arrived on the scene very fast, and the actions of the police at the scene attested to their total lack of objectivity, placing the haredi under arrest, opting to believe the soldier and ignore the statements from eyewitnesses. Advertise On YWN » Jerusalem Police Commander Niso Shacham released a statement, quoting the avreich as saying “harlot, move to the back!” The senior commander explains this is what was reported to him by Egged. “We sent a car and the criminal was arrested and he will be facing the full weight of the law”. – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)

    from the article: Israeli female soldier accosted for rebuffing Haredi bus segregation
    First published 16:46 28.12.11 | Last updated 16:46 28.12.11
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