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Israeli police accidentally blast woman with water cannon

  • Hi-power skunk cannon used in an attempt to group ultra-orthodox protesters
  • But a passerby blasted is by the torrent of water and is sent flying to the ground 
  • Demonstrators were protesting in the streets against army conscription in Israel

This is the moment an unsuspecting passerby got between a group of ultra-orthodox Jewish protesters and an Israeli police ‘skunk cannon’.

The hi-power water cannon was being used in an attempt to disperse the group of activists in Jerusalem, who were protesting army conscription in the country. 

As police sent a powerful torrent of water flying the protesters’ way, the woman began crossing the street, only to be struck with water from the riot-control cannon.

The barrage sends her flying several feet and she is left lying in a pool of water as the protesters continue their demonstration. 

The hi-power water cannon was being used in an attempt to disperse the group of activists in Jerusalem, who were protesting army conscription in the country

As police sent a powerful torrent of water flying the protesters' way, the woman began crossing the street, only to be struck with water from the riot-control cannon

As police sent a powerful torrent of water flying the protesters’ way, the woman began crossing the street, only to be struck with water from the riot-control cannon

The barrage sends her flying several feet and she is left lying in a pool of water as the protesters continue their demonstration

At least 35 protesters detained for 'disrupting public order, blocking traffic, attacking civilians and police officers,' according to a statement issued by the Israeli police

At least 35 protesters detained for ‘disrupting public order, blocking traffic, attacking civilians and police officers,’ according to a statement issued by the Israeli police

At least 35 ultra-orthodox demonstrators were arrested during the protests.

They were detained for ‘disrupting public order, blocking traffic, attacking civilians and police officers,’ according to a statement issued by the Israeli police.

The demonstration was organised by Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach, leader of The Jerusalem Faction, who has vowed to continue anti-conscription protests to defence ‘dignity of the Torah’.

The protest was called by the leader of ultra-Orthodox group The Jerusalem Faction, Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach, who promised to continue anti-draft protests to defend the 

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