And a special area cordoned off, maybe, just for the Jews. Oh, wait.
Melodramatic much? There's a slight difference between curfew (say, group orders) and, well.. we won't go there.
I do understand your plight OP. I have the teens outside here yelling, drinking, singing and blowing fog horns every night and sick of it too. If it were people from another neighbourhood, I wouldn't mind throwing a water balloon at them either, but they're people who live in my apartment building or the one opposite and I'd rather not have to deal with that.
On a funny note - last Monday, at 1am, a large van pulled up with three or four people who came to collect the clothes in a little donation point outside my building. They were extremely noisy - the engine was on (and sounded like it was fueled by vodka) and loud, obnoxious techno music was blasting out of the windows. Had to get up at 6am for work and it was taking the **** - tried telling them to turn the music off and got no result. Eventually we called the Police, who told us "We'll come, but we'll also have to knock on your door and get your details". The men started packing up after 15 minutes and we thought they'd leave before the police got there, but thankfully they didn't. Police showed up and as they were pulling up we heard one of the guys say "I'm sure it was that ****** who called them.". They got a ticket for something and we let off a vengeful smile. Alas, they came back again last night at 11 but they had a new guy with them. They started telling him "Oh that window there is where they called the Police on us" and they were all looking at the window as I waved to them. They started shouting "oooh we're criminals" before making a bit of noise and ****ing off. Got a photo of their license plate and took two videos of them on each night, I hope they'll lose their jobs and the neighbourhood can sleep peacefully.
Don't give up :)