Meah She’arim, Israel – In Photos, Video: Charedi Kids, Adults In Holocaust Garb To Protest Exclusion Of Haredim

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    Ultra-Orthodox men, some wearing uniforms like those worn by Jews during the holocaust, take part in a protest against what they called oppression of Ultra-Orthodox Jews, in Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighbourhood December 31, 2011. REUTERS/Baz RatnerMeah She’arim, Israel – Over a thousand ultra-Orthodox men assembled Saturday night in Jerusalem’s Kikar Hashabbat (Sabbath Square), in protest of what they termed the exclusion of Haredim, a response to the recent outrage over the exclusion of women in Beit Shemesh and elsewhere.

    Some of the protesters are wearing yellow badges, with which they mean to express that they are being persecuted for their Jewishness.

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