Ynet News reports IDF troops are using crowd-control measures to disperse Palestinians hurling stones at Israeli cars stranded in the snow between Gush Etzion and Hebron. One man sustained light injuries.
Last week, A rock-throwing Arab teenager nearly killed a baby Sunday morning when the huge rock he hurled at the car crashed a few inches from the infant.
“We were saved by a miracle,” “Roie,” a resident of Samaria, told Arutz Sheva. “I do not even want to think what would have happened if the rock had hit the baby.”
“We were driving south from Rehalim when an Arab around 17 years old, standing next to a school, threw a huge rock at the car,” he said. Rehelim is in Binyamin, near Shiloh and the community was authorized by Israel’s government.
He said he was traveling around 80 kilometers an hour (50 miles an hour), and the rock smashed through the car window and landed only a few inches from the baby’s seat.
He was sitting with his wife in the vehicle, and their eight-year-old son and two-year-old daughter were sitting next to the infant.
Palestinians hurling rocks at passing motorists is a dangerous and frequent occurrence, and routinely unreported by the mainstream media.
Over a year ago terrorists “succeeded” in killing Asher Palmer and his two-year-old son when they threw a rock at Palmer’s car near Kiryat Arba-Hevron.