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Beit Shemesh Mayor Tells Chareidi Extremists To Get Out Of City

Beit Shemesh Mayor Tells Chareidi Extremists To Get Out Of City After Attack Against IDF Soldier
Beit Shemesh Mayor Moshe Abutbul responded to the latest attack against an IDF soldier in his city by thugs in chareidi garb. The attack occurred this week when the soldier’s vehicle was hit with rocks and trash. As a result, he lost control and slammed into a pole, sustaining non-serious injuries. Mayor Abutbul said, “It is sad that there are residents who are extremist. I repeat my call from Memorial Day for the dear IDF fallen, to the very same extremists, get out and leave the city. They are not suited for the achdus that is demanded in Beit Shemesh. “I condemn this both in the name of the law and in the name of halacha. Similar things were said by me at the inauguration of Yad L’Banim, which I established in commemoration of fallen IDF soldiers. “I call upon the police and the legal authorities to locate the criminals and punish them with the full force of the law. He who raises his hand against his friend is called wicked.”

(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)

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