The following preview is rated X, for X marks the spot, Israeli drones:
Arab terrorists were caught on camera as they rained a potentially lethal hail of rocks on Israeli cars Thursday afternoon on Highway 60, which runs the length of Judea and Samaria.
The terrorists, who carried out their attack near the community of Ofra in the Binyamin region of Samaria, were filmed by a crew of the company IS, which provides legal and security advising.
As they captured the attack on film, the IS crew called security forces, and thanks to their actions and film evidence, the two terrorists were quickly apprehended.
It should be noted that rocks thrown at cars driving at a high speed can easily break windshields and inflict lethal damage, aside from potentially causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle and crash.
There have been numerous lethal rock attacks, including the case of Asher Palmer and his baby son Yonatan who were murdered in 2011.
Recently rock terror has been on the rise, as just on Thursday, the say day the rock throwers were filmed, a family in Jerusalem made a wrong turn into the Wadi Joz neighborhood and was set upon in a planned Arab ambush that nearly took their lives.
A family accidentally drove into the Arab neighborhood of Wadi Joz in Jerusalem on Thursday night, and nearly paid for the wrong turn in Israel’s capital city with their lives.
After entering the neighborhood, the family car was beset upon by a hail of potentially lethal rocks and massive bricks that broke the windshield, in what the mother of the family Etti Cohen described to Yedioth Aharonoth as “nearly a lynch-mob.” Fortunately the family managed to escape with only minor physical wounds.
“I feel like we got out of there by a miracle,” Cohen recalled tearfully. “I woke up this morning and the first thing that happened to me was hysterical crying, because I don’t believe that we’re at home and safe.”
“Suddenly a boy around 12-years-old came to the window of my husband, who sat on the left side. …The child started knocking on the window as we were driving,” recalled Cohen, noting suddenly there were screams in the street and three cars blocked their forward movement.
At that point, Cohen said the bricks started flying, with the first breaking through the rear windshield: “that was a shock. I didn’t believe it was happening to us. Another rock hit the window of my husband who sat behind my daughter who was driving, and broke it in. A third rock came through the broken rear windshield and hit the headrest of the friend of my son who was with us.”
Cohen’s daughter snapped out of her shock, stepping on the gas and driving onto the sidewalk to get around the stopped cars, as Cohen got the police on the phone and “simply screamed on the line. Everyone in the car screamed, there was fear.”
The police phone operator told Cohen to get off of the road because “it’s dangerous” according to Cohen, who said “I just prayed to see something Jewish; the officer who took the call told us to drive through the wadi (valley), and there after a few minutes we saw Border Patrol officers.”
“It truly ended in a miracle, the car was completely smashed up and that’s okay as long as we are safe. My daughter is suffering awful trauma. My husband is a little wounded in the face but it will pass in a day or two. I look at the kids and say ‘thank you’ that they are here with me,” said Cohen, who warned drivers not to rely on their GPS systems.
Reports on Monday revealed that in the past few months terror attacks in Jerusalem have been growing exponentially, with 152 terror attacks and incidents in July and August, a stark rise from previous months.
These Arabs have to stop acting disproportionately.