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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Kallah blocked by anti-draft protests walks to her own wedding

Amidst protests by members of the Yerushalmi Faction yesterday at the entrance to Jerusalem which led to massive traffic jams, one bride found herself forced to walk to her own wedding so as not to be further detained in traffic.

“The family was really aggravated,” a member of the family, belonging to the Lithuanian stream of haredim, told Arutz Sheva. “Not only was the bride forced to go by foot for some time, but the parents of the groom had to leave their car at a certain point and go by foot so as not to be late.”

“In the end, the photographer of the event had to wait for the family for over an hour, and the wedding ceremony itself was also delayed,” he added.

2 comments:

Sweet potato tempura said...

Attention Israeli drivers: Stop being sissies.
I guarantee you, if cars would slowly advance, these clowns in the roadway would somehow disappear. Just advance one inch at a time and this kid laying in the road will eventually decide that the point he thinks he's trying to make is not worth actually dying over.

Chafraud-Depravitch said...

Sooner or later a driver may mistake a black-hatter for asphalt.

Things could get messy.