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Christian missionaries in Jerusalem

The dissemination of missionary materials is illegal in Israel, but the country still experiences waves of this contraband content, most recently at the Savidor Central Train Station in Tel Aviv, according to a resident of Tel Aviv who reported it to Hakol Hayehudi.

The Jewish woman approached a bus station adjacent to the train terminal when she noticed missionary posters and pamphlets, and immediately began removing them and collecting the booklets.

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But then her bus entered the stop’s bay and she had to stop and board the bus – when the driver, who had noticed her actions, turned to her and asked: “Is this missionary material?”

When she answered in the affirmative, the driver asked her to exit and continue the work of removing the material, and waited for her to finish.

“It was heartwarming to see the Jewish sentiment waking up against the missionaries,” the woman told Hakol Hayehudi.

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David writes news at JewishPress.com.