Frum Child ITerrorist n Beit Shemesh Throws A Rock At Woman For Being Immodest
Now we have children following in the footsteps of their parents. We are bringing up a generation of savages ...... who have no respect for anyone that doesn't look like them .....
Where are the "internet banning" rabbis? Where are the Gedoilim who prohibit people with Iphones from being witnesses at weddings? Tell me the difference between them and arab children throwing rocks????
A chareidi child Terrorist on Tuesday, 13 Iyar, threw a rock at a 50-year-old woman R”L when he decided she was not dressed modestly.
The woman, Mrs. Rachael Sifra, was transported to Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital with only light injuries Baruch Hashem. Police are searching for the child terrorist who attacked her.
The victim’s daughter relates to the incident as a “terror attack”, explaining her mother was injured in her head and she required medical care in a hospital. She points out her mother was walking in Beit Shemesh; which is primarily secular and dati leumi, as opposed to Ramat Beit Shemesh; which is primarily chareidi, but she was attacked nonetheless.
Beit Shemesh Mayor (Shas) Moshe Abutbul spoke with Beit Shemesh Police Chief Ronen Garush, asking him to take part in a special session in City Hall. The investigation continues as does the search for the boy.
Mrs. Sifra spoke to Galei Tzahal (Army Radio) on Wednesday morning 14 Iyar, telling of her ordeal and how she is disgusted, explaining she was walking on the street in her area and was attacked at 7:00PM because she was wearing a tee-shirt. She did not see the attacker, explaining “I was in shock and simply did not know how to react. They took me to Hadassah and I am still there”.
Mrs. Sifra lives in Beit Shemesh for 32 years, adding she was attacked with a rock for the first time a few years ago but the rock missed. Then too she admits it was because “They felt I was not dressed modestly”.
Mrs. Sifra lives in a mixed area of religious and secular areas but the attack occurred in the exclusively religious area. She is fed up with shouts of “Shabbes” all the time, adding in one occasion her husband fell and fractured his arm.
For Rachel, she has had enough and plans to leave the city for Ashdod. She adds many others feel as she does, questioning why religious neighbors cannot tolerate others.