The rest were allowed to return home, Haaretz newspaper said. In August 2014, its activists staged a rally where racist slogans, including "Death to Arabs!
", were shouted at the wedding near Tel Aviv of a Muslim man and Jewish woman.
Speaking to reporters at his hearing at Jerusalem magistrates' court, Gopstein said he was arrested for telling a Jewish woman that she should not date an Arab man, insisting he did no wrong."Lehava operates within the limits of law only," he said.
"It's all nonsense."The court put Gopstein under house arrest, while the remand of two others was extended by two days.
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Sara* can't remember a time in her life when she wasn’t on a diet.
In fact, growing up in her Orthodox Jewish community, trying to lose weight was as routine as any other ritual.
“The same way we had [the Jewish sabbath] every week, we had dieting every day,” she tells SELF.
“It was always a part of my life.”While Sara, now 25, says pressure to diet and lose weight came from various family members, the emphasis on being thin seemed to stem from a deeper, core obligation in the Orthodox community: getting married.“It's a very cultural thing to need to be thin for dating.
Police said they were influenced by a Lehava video.