Kitty Felde |

Orthodox Jews march on the White House

It's 102 degrees right now in Washington. But out in front of the White House, hundreds of men, all wearing heavy black woolen coats and hats, are braving the heat to send a message - not to President Obama - but to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.

The delegation of Orthodox Jews bussed in from New York to protest what they call the "desecration of ancient Jewish cemeteries in Israel." They want archeological excavations to stop at five cemeteries. They also don't like the idea of moving bidies in Jaffa to make way for a hotel. And they'll brave the heat to march to the State Department to carry the same message.