Friday, April 17, 2020

Police Throw Stun Grenade, 8-Year Old Girl Injured

Police brutality against Chareidim reached new heights Thursday night in Meah Shearim, with a stun grenade thrown near a mother and her 8-year-old daughter. The daughter was injured in her face. A baby in its carriage was also situated next to the mother but it was not hurt.

Police were attempting to enforce public health laws and remove extremists from a local synagogue but at some point after they were attacked with eggs and other items, they decided to throw stun grenades, one of which was thrown at the place where 8-year-old Zisel Margolies was standing. She was injured in the face and taken to Hadassah hospital for treatment, after which she was released with serious burn marks on her face. Miraculously her eyes were not affected.

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