Social media is buzzing following documentation in which several activist men, part of the protest movement, can be seen preventing the screening of a film intended for ultra-Orthodox women and girls.
Journalist Gideon Dukov commented on the documentation and wrote: "'Great heroes' on the account of little girls who simply came to watch a movie. Unbelievable cruelty." Haredi journalist Aryeh Ehrlich wrote: "Always remember that behind the 'liberal' facade hides a gang of bullies who prey on ultra-Orthodox girls. The face of evil, slander, and malice."
Yinon Magal wrote: "You will never see a group of privileged men interfering with a secular women's evening or race in Tel Aviv. It can only happen when it involves religious women or girls. All the hypocrisy in one picture."
Shimon Riklin also responded: "The protest continues its actions against Judaism and the religious. The violent anti-Semitic characteristics from those who pretend to be the 'salt of the earth' are horrifying every decent person. I shudder to think what they will do if, God forbid, they come to power."
Yishai Cohen said: "When you're at war against the ultra-Orthodox and religion, you know they will be silent even if you harm dozens of women who simply wanted to watch a movie separately. As long as they are ultra-Orthodox, they have no rights. Religious violence."