From now on, it is necessary to set fire and throw containers at the policemen in the presence of at least one adult.
In the Mea Shearim neighborhood of Jerusalem, populated entirely by ultra-Orthodox Jews, they have developed and disseminated rules for overturning and throwing rubbish bins during protests. Signs with the new rules are posted on the walls of buildings and in trash cans.
According to them, from now on it is necessary to set fire and throw garbage at the police in the presence of at least one adult (judging by the videos made on the wound, this is mainly done by the children of the protesters) .
In addition, everything that happens must be filmed with cameras or phones, and also carefully monitored so that there are no passers-by, especially women, near the colliding container.
The reason for the appearance of such posters was a tragic incident, during which a garbage container weighing several pennies pressed a passing woman against the wall. The victim is known to remain in a coma in a Jerusalem hospital.
“After a terrible incident during which a woman was seriously injured, we remind you of the provisions of the protest letter,” it says on the posters.