"Orthodox for Democracy": a demonstration against the legal revolution outside Gafni's house (Walla system!)
Vigilance was recorded today (Wednesday) in Bnei Brak in anticipation of the intention of the organizers of the protest against the legal revolution to arrive in the city tomorrow evening and demonstrate there.
The residents of the city, including senior members of the political system, criticized the protesters' intention to come to the city and called not to confront them.
"I call on all the residents and members of the ultra-orthodox sector not to treat the protesters, not to come into confrontations with them and not to play into their hands, this is forbidden. And alongside this call, I wonder why they are suddenly holding a demonstration in Bnei Brak? What are the residents of Bnei Brak guilty of and what do they want from them?" Said MK Moshe Gafni, one of the leaders of Torah Judaism and a resident of the city, in a conversation with Walla!.
"Going against the population or the public to make headlines?
The goal is clear, they are trying to drag the ultra-Orthodox sector into this protest because it is easier for our public to be defamed by Simcha Rothman or Yariv Levin," added Gafni.
"Going against the population to make headlines."
Demonstrators presented a "recruitment bureau" in Bnei Brak (photo: official website, Amnon Horesh)
Journalist Israel Cohen, also a resident of the city, wondered: "What is going on in the city of Bnei Brak? Who are they protesting against? They are coming to poke a finger in the eyes of the residents and forcefully drag us into a fratricidal war in the streets. Thursday evening is a very busy day in our city, and come here to protest Against the government it is simply a circus. I have no ability to understand it, that they would go to demonstrate against the Prime Minister's residence in Jerusalem or in front of the Justice Minister's home in Modi'in. The ultra-Orthodox residents of Bnei Brak are not a punching bag. We will try to avoid confrontations and provocations and will not give them what they want ".
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"The ultra-Orthodox are at the forefront of the coup d'état."
At a demonstration in Tel Aviv (Photo: Reuven Castro)
The recruiting office set up by the members of the Milomen protest in Bnei Brak last week (photo: official website, Amnon Horesh)
On the other hand, the organizers of the protest continue to stick to their position to come to Bnei Brak tomorrow and issued a statement on the matter.
"Last night in the Constitution Committee, Knesset member Pindros (Torah Judaism) led the discussion on bullying and carried out a hijacking that will allow the government to continue galloping towards the dictatorship. We will recall that the man recently stated that he "dreams of blowing up the Supreme Court", they wrote in the message. They personally attacked the
"This is not an accidental event. In recent weeks, the ultra-Orthodox members of the Knesset have been at the forefront of the political coup, no less than Rothman and Melvin. Knesset member Gafni, one of the architects of the coup, has already revealed his intentions for the day after the increase ruling and the High Court's crushing of rabbinic courts, Hametz laws, gender segregation , and another series of coercive initiatives that constitute a declaration of war on the liberal public in Israel."
The leaders of the protest claimed that the leaders of the ultra-orthodox sector had declared war on them and therefore they intend to come to Bnei Brak.
"All of this alongside a special law to return the criminal Deri to the government table, perpetuate inequality in the burden and continue to control the public purse. It seems that after years of status quo, the ultra-Orthodox leadership has declared war on us, the liberal public."
"Therefore, tomorrow we will arrive en masse in Bnei Brak, the city where most of the ultra-Orthodox leadership lives, to tell the leadership - so far. The demonstration is not against the public. We are coming to make our voices heard so that the ultra-Orthodox leadership sitting in Bnei Brak will stop. Just as we demand the members of the Likud Knesset to stop ".
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