Less than one day after the Kadima Party launched its campaign against some religious elements' demand to exclude women from public life in Israel, several haredim tore down posters speaking out against the phenomenon.
The incident took place at a Jerusalem bus stop on Thursday.
Video courtesy of "Kikar HaShabat"
Kadima's "Women in the Front" campaign, whose title plays off the party's own name, was launched on Wednesday, with over 100 buses in Jerusalem carrying the slogan reading "Women in the Front – Returning Sanity to Israel."
A party statement said that "Kadima will not be deterred by this… We will continue to be at the forefront of the fight for Israel's democratic, Jewish, Zionist and liberal country that respects all of its citizens.
"We will continue to fight the nationalistic and religious radicalization of Israeli society."
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