The Jerusalem Post reports:
The third night in a row of Haredi protests against the Gay Pride parade planned for next week in Jerusalem turned violent Thursday.
Five police officers and one Haaretz photographer were lightly injured by protesters, who burned trash and tried to block off a main road as they threw stones, steel pipes, gasoline, chairs, eggs, and whatever other objects they could find at police who arrived to restore order.
About 2,000 protesters came out for a third night in a row of demonstrations against the city’s decision to hold the parade in the capital.
"We tried to block Bar Ilan Street," one protester told Army Radio, "but we couldn’t do it. Automatically, within half a minute, six or seven horses tore into the crowd…"…
On Thursday evening, a makeshift explosive device was discovered at the entrance to the neighborhood police station in the Samarian settlement of Eli.
The bomb was connected to a sign that read: "Sodomites Out!".
Bomb disposal teams destroyed the homemade device, which police said was "primitive but dangerous," in a controlled explosion. Police did not immediately arrest any suspects in the incident.