Police rescue soldier whose car was stoned in Meah Shearim
I live in country surrounded by Muslim wolves who are trying to destroy us. You would think that Frum Jews would appreciate that they can at least live in a community protected by their own fellow Jews.
They see a Jewish Soldier and throw rocks at him just like the Arab animals.
Last week, I was in Meah Shearim and visited the stores and told them that I will not spend a shekel in their stores until these atrocities stop.
And I'll let you guys into a big secret, the stores are tourist traps, very expensive.
You can buy anything you need in other parts of Yerusalayim for 30% less.
Stop buying by these merchants, tell them that you cannot support terrorism, I'm sure they will get the message and pass it on to their neighbors ..
A soldier was rescued by cops on Monday after he drove his car into the predominantly ultra-Orthodox Jerusalem neighborhood of Mea Shearim and was pelted with stones and garbage, police said.
The uniformed man was driving through the neighborhood when several dozen ultra-Orthodox extremists began pelting his car with rocks and other objects.
Police were able to help him escape without injury and began searching for those involved in the incident.
Some members of the ultra-Orthodox community are violently opposed to army service and the military in general.
Over the years, there have been frequent demonstrations by Haredi Jews against the draft. There have also been cases of soldiers getting harassed and even assaulted when entering ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods in Beit Shemesh and Jerusalem.
In January, a man was arrested on suspicion that he was part of a group of ultra-Orthodox men who threw rocks at a car driven by a soldier in the town of Beit Shemesh, causing him to crash. The 21-year-old soldier was driving through the Ramat Beit Shemesh neighborhood of the city when a group of ultra-Orthodox men started throwing rocks and bags of trash at his car. Police said the soldier lost control of the vehicle and drove into a lamppost.
Last June a former Knesset member’s soldier son was attacked in the capital’s Mea Shearim neighborhood.