Hundreds of the ultra-Orthodox community protested in Israel’s city Modi’in Illit and disrupted traffic on the roads, Hebrew media reported on Tuesday night.
Israel Police arrested two demonstrators as police officers tried to disperse the gathering.
According to Hebrew-language outlet Ynet, the protest was held due to earlier police interference with worshipers, detaining five individuals in a local synagogue.
The protesters were heard shouting at the police not to interfere with their lives, yelling “only Torah greats will decide what is allowed and disallowed.”
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