WATCH: Local Residents Take Matters Into Their Own Hands; Shove Peleg Protesters Out Of Streets In Jerusalem

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As the Peleg continues their war which is inconveniencing tens of thousands of innocent local residents in Yerushalayim, Bnei Brak, Tzefas, Beit Shemesh and other areas, not everyone is sitting passively.

One group of people at the intersection of Yirmiyahu and Yitzchak Street in Jerusalem took matter into their own hands, and shoved a group of Peleg protesters out of the street so the packed buses can continue their routes, dropping off the many people returning from work.

As YWN has been reporting, protests were held on Monday and all day Tuesday in many cities, blocking streets, roads and the Jerusalem Light Rail. The protests were sparked by the arrests of two Yeshiva Bochrim They were arrested for failing to register for the draft, in line with instructions from Hagaon HaRav Shmuel Auerbach.

The video speaks for itself:

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)


5 COMMENTS

  1. Good for the protesters. I wish the police were as bold.

    My wife’s bus was held up almost an hour getting out of Yerushalayim tonight.

    I wonder why they’re not spending their time learning instead of in the streets. If they have that much extra time, they should be in the IDF.

  2. unfourtanely this will end with a bochur getting killed or seriously injured rl
    then the head honchos of peleg will cry and be maspid him
    etc

    sick sick people

  3. I totally applaud them for this!!! tell the bochurim to go learn. also why arent the rosh yeshivas protesting with them its pretty hypocritical like the democrats. these people are antifa of israel

  4. > They were arrested for failing to register for the draft

    Misleading. No one went out to catch them. They were stopped and inspected for suspicious/dangerous driving (weaving improperly on the road). It was then that they were found to be wanted and handed over to the military.