Ramapo police estimate 200 people protested Ping Cellular’s sale of smart phones at the Town Square strip mall on Route 59 in Monsey. Police said the protesters were peaceful. Protesters said the store owner has defied their rabbi’s orders not to sell the phone, which provides access to the Internet. One man protested back by flashing an Israeli flag at the protesters, who included followers of the anti-Israel Neturei Karta.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Protest at Ping Cellular”

  1. Stan Cohen says:

    So basically because your people are undisciplined and have no self control you want to bully a local business and restrict how they make a living. That’s disgraceful.

    1. Concerned Rockland resident says:

      Actually Stan, the store owner is also “your people”, and no there is no bulling, it’s called free speech, if you don’t like it why don’t you go to a communist country

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