WATCH: Israeli Police Beat ‘Peleg Protester’ Despite Him Being Restrained On The Ground

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  1. The law of the JEWISH land cannot go against the law of the Torah. PERIOD! It’s a gezeirus shmad and we ought to make a kiddush Hashem. Kol Hakavod to the chashuve men who are being moser nefesh for Hashem’s sake.

  2. Can you please explain in what way these ppl are making a kiddush Hashem!! All that I can see is a huge chillul Hashem!! What is productive about what they are doing? Has any of these protests changed anything?? All they do is inconvenience a lot off people!

  3. Aryeh, since anyone can get a deferral, it’s no shmad and no gezeirah. These demonstrators are hurting many Yidden for nothing, and making a terrible chilul Hashem. The police should break an arm of every single one of these spoiled brats. Shmad, ha!

  4. The police are following what the Torah instructs.It is a mefarish Rashi in Chumash!
    Devarim 16:18-
    ושוטרים-שמכין במקל וברצועה עד שיקבל עליו את דין השופט.
    Not only is arye a fool,he is a bigger am haAretz!

  5. The chashuva men here are the LEOs who are protecting us from arrogent lawless men who have highjacked the Torah that I hold dear and wish to impose their warped view on the rest of us.

  6. Anyone trying to excuse this police thuggery must have a shemetz psul in his yichud.

    There is no excuse, and no justification for this.

  7. Although it is hard being a police officer and restraining oneself when in a tense situation. Non-the-less, it’s part of the job and if you can’t do your job properly you should leave the force.

    I’m against this type of protesting, but non-the-less, once a protester is restrained there is no excuse to continue using force against him. Doing so is illegal. The question here is whether actions will be taken against this officer or if they will be two faced and look the other way?