Four police officers were injured during clashes with Charedi demonstrators protesting in Jerusalem against mandatory conscription.
The police used riot control measures, including stun grenades and water cannons, to break up the violent demonstration on Sunday night.
The demonstration took place in front of the Israel Defence Forces recruitment centre in Jerusalem. Demonstrators reportedly also threw objects at police officers and passing cars.
The riot reportedly was sparked by attempts by the military police to arrest a woman, who was at the IDF recruitment office, for refusing to enlist.
Several demonstrators also were reported injured.
Police units in Jerusalem dispersed an ultra religious illegal demonstration with stun grenades after 4 police officers were injured lightly
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