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MEA SHEARIM, JERUSALEM: From Mahane Yehuda Market to the Ultra-Religious district


Join us on a captivating journey through the streets of Mea Shearim, a renowned ultra-religious neighborhood in Jerusalem. Begin at the vibrant Mahane Yehuda Market, where the sights, sounds, and aromas of the bustling marketplace fill the air. As we venture deeper into Mea Shearim, we will witness a stark contrast to the modern world, immersing ourselves in a community deeply rooted in tradition and religious devotion. Admire the distinct clothing, hear the echoes of prayers, and witness the strict adherence to customs that define this unique neighborhood. Discover the rich history, cultural heritage, and spiritual significance that make Mea Shearim a captivating destination. Join us as we navigate the narrow alleys and delve into the heart of this ultra-religious district, experiencing the profound sense of faith and tradition that permeates every aspect of life in Mea Shearim. Summer, 12PM, 29°C / 84.2°F 🧡🧡🧡 Become a Part of Our Community: 🤍 All Routes on Google Maps: 🤍 Route timestamps: 00:00 Mahane Yehuda Market. 05:58 Nachlaot Neighborhood. 15:25 Davidka Square. 16:40 Street of the Prophets. 22:30 Mea Shearim district. 25:14 Mea Shearim Street. 29:52 Mea Shearim district. 55:00 Batei Nitin Neighborhood. 57:15 Sderot Hayim Barlev (Road 60). My Gear: Camera - Sony a7s3 🧡🧡🧡 My Other Channels: 🧡🧡🧡 1. This channel - Virtual Jerusalem 🧡🧡🧡 🤍 2. Nature in Israel 💚💚💚 🤍 3. Relaxing pedestrian ❤❤❤ 🤍 4. Virtual world 💙💙💙 🤍 🧡 Copyright protection: Please refrain from copying or re-uploading my content. #relaxingwalker #natureinisrael #virtualjerusalem #virtualworld #walkingtour

A Night Stroll in Mea Shearim


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Israël: Ultra-Orthodox brigades in Mea Shearim


REPORT: Reports of violence have emerged from the ultra-Orthodox neighbourhood of Mea Shearim in Jerusalem, where patrols make sure morals are observed by the local population.

Sukkot Vibes in Mea She'arim, Jerusalem אווירת ערב סוכות בירושלים | 2023


Documenting the streets of Meah Shearim in Jerusalem, Israel on the eve of Sukkos 2023 Video: Shloimy Grunblatt SG Studios. Live Streaming and Videography for Weddings and events. 917-539-0763

Never Seen Before ! Jerusalem Ultra Orthodox Quarter Mea Shearim just before Shabbat


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Moment Israeli police attack anti-Zionist Jews in Jerusalem neighbourhood


WARNING: Violence In the Mea She'arim neighbourhood of Jerusalem, predominantly inhabited by ultra-Orthodox Jews, a Jewish man was violently knocked to the ground by an Israeli police officer. This happened during a raid aimed at removing Palestinian flags from the area, as reported by the Torah Judaism account on social media platform X. #jewish #jerusalem #gaza #palestine #israel #news SUBSCRIBE ► 🤍 Watch your favourite Islam Channel shows on-demand: 🤍 Stay up to date on our social media channels: ►TWITTER: 🤍 ►FACEBOOK: 🤍 ►INSTAGRAM: 🤍

Documentary Hasidic Life in Most ULTRA ORTHODOX Quarter Mea Shearim in Jerusalem Israel


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Ultra-Orthodox Jews wave chickens above their heads in centuries-old 'Kaparot' ritual


Ultra-Orthodox Jews in the Mea Shearim neighbourhood of Jerusalem were seen practising a centuries-old tradition known as the 'Kaparot' (Redemption of Atonements) ritual on Thursday. The ancient custom sees worshippers waving a white chicken above their heads as prayers are recited. Orthodox Jews believe that sins accumulated throughout the year will be transferred to the bird, thus granting them atonement. After the ritual, the chickens are butchered according to kosher practices and often donated to charity or impoverished children. The Kaparot ritual is traditionally observed annually on the eve of 'Yom Kippur' (Day of Atonement), the holiest day of the Jewish calendar. In recent years, senior rabbis in the Orthodox community have called on worshippers to wave money above their heads instead of chickens when performing the ritual. The religious leaders claim observing the custom with money and donating it to financially challenged communities is a more effective way to seek atonement and prevent causing unnecessary stress to animals.



Nos adentramos en Mea Shearim, el barrio judío más ultraortodoxo de todo el mundo. En esta ocasión nuestra visita fue durante la festividad de Purim en Israel. Las imágenes que se ven en este video se pueden capturar solo una vez por año, durante Purim. No te olvides de subscribirte a nuestro canal para no perderte nuevos videos! 🤍 Seguinos también en Instagram! 🤍

Mea Shearim - Daily Life Inside the most Jewish Ultra Orthodox Hasidic Quarter of Jerusalem Israel


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Ultra-Orthodox Jews celebrate Purim holiday in Jerusalem | AFP


Ultra-Orthodox Jews dressed in costumes celebrate Purim in Jerusalem's Mea Shearim neighbourhood. The carnival-like Purim holiday is celebrated with parades and costume parties to commemorate the deliverance of the Jewish people from a plot to exterminate them in the ancient Persian empire 2,500 years ago, as recorded in the Biblical Book of Esther. Interested in licensing this video ? Get in touch 👉 🤍 N.B.: AFP’s services and content are for professional use only

INSIDE the anti-Zionist community living in the HEART of Jerusalem


Take a look at a Jewish anti-Zionist community based in Jerusalem, as i24NEWS correspondent Mael Benoliel walks the streets of the ultra-Orthodox Meah Shearim neighborhood to speak with members of the controversial, anti-Zionist Neturei Karta group. Articles: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #i24NEWS #Zionism #i24NEWSDesk Live news updates throughout the day from around the world.

Pro - Palestine 🇵🇸 Ultra Orthdox Jews in Israel (Jerusalem) 🇮🇱


Mea Shearim, the oldest and most extreme neighborhood in Jerusalem, Israel where different sects of Orthodox Jews coexist. Smartphones are forbidden, you cannot walk with a group, everybody is wearing black and white, and the news is literally posted on the walls. If you like my content, please consider supporting my channel on Patreon, my videos keep getting demonetized as YouTube's community guidelines get stricter and stricter and it gets harder and harder for me to afford to produce content. My Patreon: 🤍 If you want to meet me in real life and/or see shorter clips from my travels, follow me on Instagram where I post updates on my location (when it's safe to do so). My Instagram: 🤍

Mea Shearim, Jerusalem: The every day life of a city within a city


The Mea Shearim neighborhood in Jerusalem is home to a close-knit community of ultra-Orthodox Jews. "Mea Shearim - The Streets", a photobook by Israeli photographer Ofir Barak, follows life in one of the oldest Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem. During his visits, camera in hand, Ofir dressed more and more like the local community, growing a long beard and wearing only black. Today he shares his impressions and captivating photos of one of the most famous neighborhoods in Israel. For more photos: 🤍

Israeli Police Removing Palestinian Flags from Mea Shearim


In the Mea Shearim neighborhood of Jerusalem, whose residents are known to be fiercely anti-Zionist, Palestinian flags regularly fly from the rooftops and hang over the streets. The residents do not recognize the authority of the State of Israel, and they make it clear that Israeli police are not welcome there. But the state seems to feel threatened by the flags, and once in a while the police march into the neighborhood’s narrow streets and allies to cut them down.

Why thousands are leaving the ultra-Orthodox community in Israel


(6 Oct 2023) ISRAEL THE NONES SOURCE: ASSOCIATED PRESS RESTRICTION SUMMARY: LENGTH: 5:13 ASSOCIATED PRESS Jerusalem, Israel - 30 August 2023 1.Various of Ultra-Orthodox Jews walking street at Ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighbourhood of Mea Shearim in Jerusalem ASSOCIATED PRESS Mevassert Zion, Israel - 30 August 2023 2. Tamar Shabtai showing photo of herself (left) during her life as a Haredi woman wearing modest clothing 3. Photo of Shabtai wearing modest clothing 4. Photo magnets of fridge showing Shabtai (left) 5. Various of Shabtai performing “Netilat Yadayim” - ritual hand washing 6. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Tamar Shabtai: “It’s a very, very closed community. Community life is really the most important element there. Being like everyone else, everyone in the same slot, doing the same thing, there is hardly any room for being an individual, there is but it is very limited. Anyone who doesn't fit in this slot won’t do well, really. Either they feel all the time that they don't belong, and they have to fight to get their place, or they choose to leave and then there are other prices for leaving the familiar community and starting all over again.” 7. Close Shabtai hands 8. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Tamar Shabtai: “I still really wanted to remain religious but not ultra-orthodox. So, religion still had a very, very strong place, but the ultra-orthodox, the community.. I suddenly realized that it’s not.. it’s not a must, it's not the best, it’s not good for me. It’s great, but I don't have to adapt myself to something that feels so crowded in this place. Like, to push an entire society to the same rules, same visibility . I'm more colorful, I'm more liberal.” ASSOCIATED PRESS - ARCHIVE Jerusalem - 17 August 2018 9. Ultra-Orthodox Haredi Jews congregating at the synagogue before the Jewish Sabbath 10. Jews praying at the synagogue ASSOCIATED PRESS Jerusalem, Israel - 3 September 2023 11. Nadav Rosenblatt, Director of “Out for Change” - an organization for formerly ultra-Orthodox men and women, in his office 12. Close of logo of (Hebrew) ““Out for Change” - an organization for formerly ultra-Orthodox” 13. Rosenblatt working in his office 14. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Nadav Rosenblatt, Director of “Out for Change”: “In the State of Israel, the ultra-orthodox society is a very closed society. It is very diverse within itself, and it is very difficult to generalize it all as one, there are areas that are a little more open and a little more modern, and there are some that are really closed. But in general, it can be clearly said that an ultra-Orthodox, a graduate of an ultra-Orthodox education system who wants to integrate into the general world, will encounter very, very high educational gaps.” ASSOCIATED PRESS ARCHIVE Jerusalem - 8 April 2020 15. Various of ultra-Orthodox Jews throwing bags with leavened bread in bin in Mea Shearim neighbourhood and praying ASSOCIATED PRESS Jerusalem, Israel - 3 September 2023 16. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Nadav Rosenblatt, Director of “Out for Change”: “Based on our research, the phenomenon of leaving the ultra-orthodox world is not a political phenomenon, it is not an anti-religious phenomenon. Most of those who seek to leave the ultra-orthodox society want to do it for individual reasons, from a desire to realize themselves and not necessarily from religious or theological aspects, most of them still have somewhat religious lifestyles and it takes them a while to understand and redefine themselves.” ASSOCIATED PRESS Mevassert Zion, Israel - 30 August 2023 17. Shabtai speaking during an interview STORYLINE: Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ​​ Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍

Mea Shearim - Another World, Another People, Another Life - Don't Miss Out


#jerusalem #orthodox #orthodoxjews #orthodoxjew #israel Today, Mea Shearim remains an insular neighbourhood in the heart of Jerusalem. With its Haredi, and overwhelmingly Hasidic, population, the streets retain the characteristics of an Eastern European shtetl, as it appeared in pre-war Europe. Life revolves around strict adherence to Jewish law, prayer, and the study of Jewish religious texts. Traditions in dress include black frock coats and black hats for men (although there are some other clothing styles, depending on the religious sub-group to which they belong), and long-sleeved, modest clothing for women. In some Hasidic groups, the women wear thick black stockings all year long, even in summer. Married women wear a variety of hair coverings, from wigs to scarves, snoods, hats, and berets. The men have beards, and many grow long sidecurls, called peyot. Many residents speak Yiddish in their daily lives, and use Hebrew only for prayer and religious study, as they believe Hebrew to be a sacred language, only to be used for religious purposes. Hasidic groups with a large number of followers in Mea Shearim include: Breslov, Slonim, Toldos Aharon, Toldos Avraham Yitzhak, Mishkenos HoRoim, and Satmar. The Pinsk-Karlin dynasty also has its center here. The Edah HaChareidis, which supervises kashrut certification and runs a Jewish religious court, has its headquarters at the western end of Mea Shearim. Mea Shearim is the stronghold of both factions of the Neturei Karta movement, which opposes Zionism, as well as the movement from whence they sprang – the descendants of the original Perushim community, also known as "Yerushalmis". Some Neturei Karta members have asked to live under Arab rule. The late Rabbi Yosef Shalom Eliashiv, the leading posek of Litvish / Yeshivish Jewry, made his home here. The oldest Sephardic Haredi dynasty, Levi Kahana of Spain, has a religious cultural center in the neighborhood. PLEASE Subscribe to Our Channels Google Maps: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍israelonthescooter TikTok: 🤍israelonthescooter E-Mail: israelonthescooter🤍



Mea Shearim es el barrio judío más ultraortodoxo de todo el mundo. Este misterioso barrio, ubicado en el centro de Jerusalén, es uno de los lugares más curiosos e interesantes de Israel. Filmar este video fue muy dificil ya que el accesso con cámaras es muy desafiante, pero logramos tomar imágenes increíbles. La vida allí es muy diferente a la del mundo occidental. Todo está preparado y hecho para llevar una vida religiosa y según los valores de la Torá. En este video nos adentramos en Mea Shearim y hablamos sobre su origen, sus habitantes y sus peculiaridades. ÚNETE A NUESTRO GRUPO DE WHATSAPP PARA NO PERDERTE DE NINGUNA NOVEDAD! 🤍 No te olvides de subscribirte a nuestro canal para no perderte nuevos videos! 🤍 Seguinos también en Instagram! 🤍 Créditos de las fotografías del thumbnail: PFS. Pnina Shir | Instagram: 🤍pfs_pnina Sam | Instagram: 🤍lensartstreet

How is Life at Night in Hassidic Jewish Ultra Orthodox Quarter Mea Shearim Jerusalem Israel


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Israel: Liberals clash with ultra-Orthodox Jews over Jerusalem's Western Wall


Israel: Liberals clash with ultra-Orthodox Jews over Jerusalem's Western Wall

Orthodox Jews Celebrate Purim on streets of Jerusalem


Hundreds of ultra-Orthodox Jews dressed up in costumes and took to the streets of Jerusalem to celebrate Purim on Sunday, despite the coronavirus restrictions and curfew in place in Israel. Groups of unmasked men drank and danced to a van's music in the streets of the Mea Sharim neighbourhood, seemingly ignoring social distancing measures while hugging each other in a street party. The government had put an additional night-time curfew in place from 25 to 27 February between 20:30 and 05:00 local time (18:30 to 03:00 GMT) to prevent large social gatherings specifically for this event, which many residents ignored. Israel's ultra-Orthodox, or Haredi, community has been hard hit by the coronavirus with members repeatedly protesting and flouting restrictions put in place to curb the spread of the virus and prevent the healthcare system from being overwhelmed. The Middle Eastern country has already vaccinated around 50 percent of its population against the coronavirus and has one of the highest vaccination rates per capita, although the rate among some age cohorts of the Haredi population is lower than the national average.

Ultra-Orthodox Jews throw stones at police in Jerusalem over COVID restrictions


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Ultra-Orthodox Jews protesting the opening of a new shop in Mea Shearim


יהודים חרדים קיצוניים מוחים על פתיחת חנות חדשה בשכונת מאה שערים Ultra-Orthodox Jews protesting the opening of a new shop in Mea Shearim סיריקים

Ultra-orthodox Jews spit towards Christian pilgrims leaving Church of the Flagellation


Some ultra-Orthodox Jews were caught on camera spitting towards Christian pilgrims leaving the Church of the Flagellation in the Old City of Jerusalem last Monday.

J'lem: Thousands of Haredim protest enlistment


Full article here: 🤍 Thousands of haredim gathered in the Meah Shearim neighborhood of Jerusalem to protest enlistment of Yeshiva students while in another part of the city, social activists held a demonstration promoting haredi integration into army service. Video - Hadas Parush & Marc Israel Sellem Editing, narration - Hadas Parush More from The Jerusalem Post: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Jerusalem select chickens and perform Kaparot ritual ahead of Yom Kippur


(20 Sep 2023) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: ASSOCIATED PRESS Jerusalem - 20 September 2023 1. Wide of Ultra orthodox man performing the kaparot ritual on his son 2. Mid of boy returning the chicken in the box 3. Various of people choosing the chickens 4. Mid of chickens in cage 5. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Nahman Heller: "Here, here is the chicken as you can see, that's the chicken and you say that's the chicken that will die and I will enter a good, long and peaceful life, you see?" 6. Wide people choosing their chicken 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Name uknown: "It's a symbolic ritual, basically we did a lot of sins this year so we're symbolically showing that we want this chicken to be instead of us, in place of us, and than afterwards we give it to charity, the money to charity and that should atone for our sins" 8. Various of Ultra orthodox man performing the Kaparot ritual on his son 9. Wide of people in street STORYLINE: Ultra-Orthodox Jews selected chickens to be used in the Kaparot ritual in Jerusalem on Wednesday. Observant Jews believe the ritual transfers one’s sins from the past year into the chicken and is performed before the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, the holiest day in the Jewish year which starts at sundown Sunday. "It's a symbolic ritual, basically we did a lot of sins this year so we're symbolically showing that we want this chicken to be instead of us, in place of us, and than afterwards we give the money to charity and that should atone for our sins" said a local in the ultra- Orthodox neigborhood of Mea Shearim. Israel’s ultra-Orthodox, known as haredim, make up 13% of the country’s 9.7 million population. The cloistered community has long been at odds with the secular majority, clashing over military conscription, their integration into the workforce and the basic tenets that guide their lives. Haredi Jews in Israel also are growing faster than any other group, at about 4% annually. = Clients are reminded to adhere to all listed restrictions and to check the terms of their licence agreements. For further assistance, please contact the AP Archive on: Tel +44(0)2074827482 Email: info🤍 Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ​​ Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍

The Ultra Orthodox vs. The IDF: Israel's Other Religious War


Subscribe to VICE News here: 🤍 Since Israel's inception, the Haredi — ultra-Orthodox adherents of Judaism —have been exempt from the country's military conscription laws. But their growing population, coupled with their high unemployment rate and dependence on state benefits, sparked outrage within the country's secular majority. After years of demanding that the Haredi share the responsibility of serving in the armed forces, the Israeli government passed an unprecedented law in March 2014 that requires Haredi men to serve in the military. The decision resulted in major opposition from the Ultra Orthodox community, from violent protests to religious leaders demanding that no one should comply. VICE News travels to Israel to speak with hardline members and leaders of the Ultra Orthodox community as well as soldiers in the Netzah Yehuda, the IDF's Ultra Orthodox Battalion, to get their take on the government's decision. War Games: Israeli Urban Warfare - 🤍 The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Rockets and Revenge: 🤍 Check out the VICE News beta for more: 🤍 Follow VICE News here: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍



Varios años más tarde del primer reportaje en el famoso barrio radical ultra ortodoxo Mea Shearim, regreso para adentrarme de una forma mucho más profunda. Tremendas entrevistas, entrar en casas locales, sinagogas o centros de estudio y muchísimo más, para conocer la cara oculta de estas comunidades tan herméticas. También, con la ayuda de Gastón y Oxana, corregimos y matizamos algunos aspectos del icónico vídeo de 2018. ¡ÚNETE A NUESTRAS EXPEDICIONES!: 🤍 Sígueme en INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Gaston y Oxana: 🤍 Filmación por Luis Piñero: 🤍 Edición y color por Jordi Fradera. 🤍 DESCARGA LA MÚSICA QUE UTILIZO: 🤍 Mapas Gonzalo Pires: 🤍s/ Apoyáis mi trabajo dejando un me gusta. Comentad vuestras dudas y hasta dentro de poco!

Los judíos ULTRAORTODOXOS de JERUSALÉN | Caminando por Mea Shearim


Caminando por Mea Shearim, el barrio judío más ultraortodoxo de Jerusalén. ¿Cómo se visten los ultraortodoxos? ¿Cuál es su gastronomía típica? ¿Qué establecimientos especiales pueden encontrarse en un barrio judío ultraortodoxo? ¿Son antisionistas los judíos ultraortodoxos? Hazte miembro de canal ⤵️ 🤍 ¡Suscríbete! ⤵️ 🤍

Purim en Mea Shearim, el barrio Judio mas extremista del mundo.


Asi se vive Purim en el lugar mas extremista de todos, en el barrio Mea Shearim de Jerusalem. Para los amantes de Israel que quieran sentirse muy alegres y muy tristes, con mucha simpatia a los residentes del lugar y con muchisimo odio hacia ellos al mismo tiempo ... Este es el barrio, este es lugar mas apropiado! Mea Shearim es un barrio muy conocido porque en el vive exclusivamente Judios Ultraortodoxos. Cuando lo visiten, diversos letreros sugieren a las visitantes no entrar en dicho barrio vestidas de modo "indecente". Mea Shearim significa "Cien Puertas" en Hebreo. El nombre se refiere a las cien puertas de entrada evocadas en la Toráh y correspondia a la Parashat Hashavua (el trozo de la Torah que se lee los Sabados) que se leia en la Sinagoga durante la semana en la que se fundo el barrio. Fue construido a lo largo del siglo XIX, ya que la vida dentro de las murallas de Jerusalem era demasiado incomoda. El barrio estaba compuesto de casitas de dos habitaciones para unas diez personas cada una, construidas unas junto a otras, formando una muralla natural, mientras que las escuelas estaban dentro de las murallas. Este grupo de Judio Ultraortodoxos que vive aqui consideran el Sionismo como una herejia, una blasfemia y una aberracion frente al Judaismo historico. Ellos se creen los guardianes de la fe y para ellos hay una lucha constante contra la secularizacion de la vida diaria porque existe un peligro real de que se pierdan sus tradiciones, su religion, sus creencias, su lugar como pueblo elegido de Dios. En ese sentido, ellos se obligan a continuar los viejos rituales de antepasados europeos para devolver al pueblo Judio la gracia de Dios. Ellos se consideran la ultima linea de defensa contra la normalizacion del Judaismo y su futura extincion. Hacen todo eso por medio de los rezos y estudios de Torah para que los demas israelies puedan vivir una vida desatendida sin que se condene todo un pueblo. Ellos se hacen ver como los guardianes de una fe que se diluye con la modernidad. En Mea Shearim, mientras los hombres estudian, las mujeres deben ganar dinero para las familias y lo hacen, en particular, en el sector educativo dentro de las mismas comunidades. Las mujeres atienden asi las escuelas especializadas en la enseñanza religiosa y cuidan a sus cuantiosas familias. El promedio de hijos en estas comunidades es de 8 actualmente, y sigue creciendo. La gran mayoria de ellos hasta hoy dia no pagan impuestos, no usan la moneda oficial (se manejan con Dolares o Dinares Jordanos como los Palestinos), no hablan el idioma Hebreo y, por supuesto, no van al ejercito y no festejan las fiestas Nacionales (es mas, suelen incendiar banderas de Israel el Dia de la Independencia o durante la fiesta religiosa de las fogatas). Si un automovilista desprevenido se atreve a cruzar los limites del vecindario en Shabbat, puede ser recibido a pedradas o ser atacado con pañales de bebes llenos de caca. Ahora si, quien quiera ... Puede ir a visitarlos ja ja ja * Quieres contribuir con el proyecto? Tu contribucion sera bienvenida y bendecida: * Quieres convertirte en miembro VIP del canal? Usa esta herramienta: 🤍 * Quieres colaborar de otra manera (regalos, ropa, souvenirs)? Comunicate conmigo: ser1967gio🤍 * Quieres recibir notificaciones de las nuevas publicaciones? Unete a Telegram 🤍

ISRAËL: À Mea Shearim, les ultras font la police des ...


REPORTAGE: Des brigades chargées du "respect des mœurs" dans le quartier ultra-orthodoxe de Mea Shearim, à Jérusalem, créent la polémique. Elles sont accusées de violences à l'encontre de ceux qu'elles considèrent comme "déviants".

Police operation in Mea Shearim


Credit: Israel police



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Back to the old past to Jewish history. Mea Shearim is one of the oldest Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem. It is populated by Haredi Jews, and was built by members of the Old Yishuv. The oldest Sephardic Haredi dynasty. Summer, Friday 1PM, 32°C / 89,6 °F Instagram: 🤍 Become a member to show your support! 🤍 Coordinates - Start of walk: 31.78812, 35.2185 Route on Google Maps (Orange color): 🤍 All Routes on Google Maps: 🤍 Route timestamps: 00:00 Me'a She'arim St. 04:51 Yoel St. 08:18 Ezra St. 16:53 Yirmiyahu St. Relaxing Walk. No action, Video walks for Relaxation. Enjoy! All videos in 4k,6k,8k and 25/30/50/60 fps Link to this video: 🤍 My Gear: Camera - Sony a7s3 PLEASE Subscribe to my Channels: 1. This channel - Relaxing WALKER 🤍 2. Nature in ISRAEL 🤍 3. Virtual JERUSALEM 🤍 4. Night WALKS 🤍 #relaxingwalker #natureinisrael #virtualjerusalem #nightwalks

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Haredi youth attempts to burn Israeli flag in J'lem


A haredi youth attempted to burn an Israeli flag in Kikar Shabbat, in the Geula/Mea Sha'arim neighborhood of Jerusalem on Sunday night in a provocative show against Holocaust Remembrance Day, Jerusalem police said. A police detective on the scene detained him and the youth was taken for questioning. The crowds of haredim were dispersed and police continued to patrol the neighborhood to prevent further incidents.

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