Modi’in Illit: Police arrested five worshipers from the Jerusalem faction


Five worshipers who were in a synagogue belonging to the ‘Jerusalem faction’ in Modi’in Illit were detained for questioning after the police claimed that they held a prayer in violation of the instructions and refused to identify themselves | Peleg claims that this is selective enforcement and threatens: “If we are pushed into a corner, you will encounter demonstrations by the Torah community in every corner of the country.”

Police forces that raided the Beit Shmuel synagogue belonging to the “Jerusalem faction” in Modi’in Illit today (Tuesday) arrested five worshipers, after according to the police, they prayed in violation of the restrictions, and refused to identify themselves and evacuate.

Police said that forces called to the scene noticed dozens of worshipers inside the synagogue, not wearing masks and not keeping their distance from each other, in complete violation of the guidelines of the Ministry of Health and in violation of the closure.

However, sources in the “Jerusalem faction” claim that this is selective enforcement against them. According to them, although many synagogues around the country are open as usual, the police “selectively” treat them.

“You knew how to respect Viznitz, you completely ignored Belza, you do not dare to enter Mea She’arim, and in the checkpoints in the ultra-Orthodox cities you do not point a finger to maintain public order and prevent infection,” said officials in the Jerusalem faction, adding: point!”

The sources added: “If you are facing war, remember one thing only you know, the demonstrations in Balfour are a child’s play, if we are pushed into a corner you will encounter demonstrations by the Torah community in every corner of the country.”

The Israel Police said: “The Israel Police will continue to work with the authorities and other law enforcement agencies to stop the spread of the virus in order to maintain public peace and health.

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