Furious Jerusalemites Protest Lethal Rock Attack
Over 100 residents of the southeastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Armon Hanatziv protested on Tuesday night, at the site bordering Arnona neighborhood where an Israeli driver was murdered in a rock attack on Sunday during the Rosh Hashanah holiday.
Alexander Levlovitz (64) lost control of his car after Arab terrorists hurled a rock into it, and died in the ensuing crash during the Jewish New Year which ended on Tuesday night.
The residents protested the deteriorating security situation in their neighborhood, which borders several Arab majority neighborhoods and is often frequented by Arab residents passing through – some with nefarious goals.
Over the holiday massive Islamist riots took place on the Temple Mount and Old City in Jerusalem as well, leading Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to call an emergency security meeting on Tuesday night.