Four police officers were easily injured as hundreds of ultra-orthodox Jews resurrected outside the IDF draft in Jerusalem on Sunday evening.
Cops used stunts and water cannons to spread the protesters after the normal population control methods failed.
The protests demonstrated the rumors of the arrest of a young woman from the Har Nof Quake, the ultra-orthodox news site Behadrei Haredim reported.
The insurgency began with a few dozen men who started throwing projectiles on cars. Horse-mounted police tried to control the amount, which quickly grew to several hundred. Several of the rioters were injured during the demonstration.
Police units in Jerusalem spread an ultra-religious illegal demonstration with stunts after 4 police officers were injured easily
̵1; Micky Rosenfeld (@MickyRosenfeld) April 15, 2018
Police spokesman Micky Ronsenfeld said: "Police units In Jerusalem spread an ultra-religious illegal demonstration with stunts after 4 police officers have been injured easily. "
– Yossi Eli (@Yossi_eli) April 15, 2018
] Behadrei Haredim said that earlier protests have begun over false rumors about arrests. In this case, the site was reported, a young woman arrested, but the site said there were shown pictures of the woman published on Facebook two months ago, which appears to show that she does not follow a religious lifestyle outward.