Two Jews Nearly Lynched in Jerusalem

Israel National News:

Two Jews are recovering from a near lynch attempt, after Arabs threw rocks at their car as they were driving in Jerusalem.
By Elad Benari

First Publish: 2/17/2012, 12:02 AM


Rock throwing by PA Arabs

Rock throwing by PA Arabs
Israel news photo: Flash 90

Two civilian employees of the Defense Ministry are recovering from a near lynch attempt on Monday.

The two were traveling to Mount Scopus in Jerusalem when they accidentally made a wrong turn and ended up stuck in a traffic jam between two Arab cars. A crowd of Arab youths then showed up and began throwing rocks at them.

At one point the rock throwers, some of whom were students from a nearby school, approached the vehicle and slammed a large stone into the windshield. The rock struck the driver, Yehuda Attias, in the head. Attias, who was all bloody, hit the gas and the two Israelis then fled toward a nearby hotel. They called security and rescue forces and were taken to the hospital. Attias was since hospitalized several times because of the severe head injuries.

Eliezer Hakshur, Attias’ brother-in-law, told Arutz Sheva that it was a miracle that Attias survived the lynching attempt.

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3 Replies to “Two Jews Nearly Lynched in Jerusalem”

  1. This is commonplace. Disgusting. Doesn’t matter who you are, if you’re not Arab-looking you are fair game. The PA’s culture of hatred has come to roost, extruding barbarians from its schools, whose greatest goal in life is to murder their neighbors. No one really expects anything better from them either, therefore the world …

  2. I wish people would realize that rocks are lethal weapons, in fact they were either the first of second lethal weapon mankind used. The lesson to be learned from this is never allow yourself to be stopped by rioters, if you do you are likely to be killed or seriously injured.

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