VIDEOS/PHOTOS: Police Arrive To Guard Authorities Removing Beit Shemesh Graffiti


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Police operating in Beit Shemesh arrived to provide protection for persons who were instructed to remove tznius graffiti from walls on Yehuda HaNasi Street in Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet.

The force arrived at about 3:00AM Thursday morning.

The modesty signs and graffiti in the city are a constant issue for police, as the city has been ordered numerous times by the High Court of Justice to make certain they are removed once and for all. Despite doing so repeatedly, the graffiti returns each time.

One sees the greeting they received in the accompanying videos.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem/Photo Credit: קבוצת מחאות החרדים הקיצוניים ואבי סטאר)


  1. MTAB, who are the extremists to deface public property and tell people where they can walk? IMHO they should be moved to a tent city in the middle of the Negev and forgotten. RBS was built in large part by the State. The land is owned by the State and many of the developments were subsidized by the State. It should only be for those who believe in it and are willing to obey the law.