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"Haredim do not get on the train" - now the explanation Israel today

2020-09-10T13:28:47.477Z

| In the countryThe video of the Bnei Brak municipality that caused a stir on the networks turned out to be fabricated and now the media consultants are responding • "These are actors who were photographed to illustrate the seriousness of the situation" Social networks and television channels shook today (Thursday) following a shocking video in which ultra-Orthodox people were not allowed to board the Israeli tr



The video of the Bnei Brak municipality that caused a stir on the networks turned out to be fabricated and now the media consultants are responding • "These are actors who were photographed to illustrate the seriousness of the situation"

Social networks and television channels shook today (Thursday) following a shocking video in which ultra-Orthodox people were not allowed to board the Israeli train.

It was later revealed that this was a fabricated video, as part of the Bnei Brak municipality's campaign to combat the route of the light rail lanes in Bnei Brak.

Adam impersonated a railway worker and did not allow the ultra-Orthodox to board

"After all the requests of the Bnei Brak municipality and its residents did not stop Nata from submitting a route for the metro train that bypasses the city, we had to illustrate the delusional offer in the illustration video," clarified a document distributed by Tzur Communications, which runs the ultra-Orthodox city's campaign.

"It should be emphasized that, unlike NATO, the Israel Railways does not prevent ultra-Orthodox people from boarding trains. In recent hours, the network has been flooded with a video that allegedly documents an inspector who prevents ultra-Orthodox passengers from boarding trains.

In fact, these are actors who were photographed to illustrate the seriousness of the government company's plan to bypass Bnei Brak along the metro route that is being submitted these days, "it was further clarified in a document signed by media consultants.

The Bnei Brak municipality also claims that it is the city that leads in the use of public transportation in the Gush Dan metropolitan area (88%) and with the lowest number of vehicles per capita in the area - one car for every 10 residents.

Despite this, Nata intends to submit in the coming days a route of the metro that will bypass the ultra-Orthodox city and leave it the only one of 24 cities in Gush Dan - without a stop. Line M2 is the 'latitude' from Rosh HaAyin in the east to Tel Aviv in the west. Tikva, Givat Shmuel and Ramat Gan In a scandalous decision, the government company announced that they would submit a plan without the two metro stations planned in the city.

The mayor of Bnei Brak, Avraham Rubinstein, addressed Interior Minister Aryeh Deri and Minister of Transport Miri Regev this morning, in order to stop Nata's racist train. The video was filmed on a train, but was only intended to illustrate the hallucination planned by NTA.

It should be noted that unlike the government company, there is no claim against Israel Railways that serves as an example and role model for the service.

Transport Minister Miri Regev responded to the issue on her Twitter account and wrote: "The scandalous conduct of the Bnei Brak municipality today constitutes an ugly and cynical violation of the dignity of the ultra-Orthodox public. Shame and disgrace."

The scandalous conduct of the Bnei Brak municipality today constitutes an ugly and cynical violation of the dignity of the ultra-Orthodox public, through unacceptable behavior that has tarnished and discredited the railway workers and misled the public.

disgrace.

- Miri Regev (@regev_miri) September 10, 2020

NTA's response will be provided when received

Source: israelhayom

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