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"Dos stinks, his flight": two incidents of violence on religious grounds within a week Israel today


In Be'er Ya'akov, two young men who left a Torah lesson and were singing in the street were stabbed • In another case, an indictment was filed against a 47-year-old shuttle driver, after he threw a fire extinguisher at a man he confronted at a gas station

Two cases of attacks on a religious basis happened in the last week, when in one case in Be'er Ya'akov two young men who were leaving a synagogue were attacked by some involved people.

In another case, an indictment was filed against a shuttle driver who cursed a religious man who asked him to move his vehicle and threw a fire extinguisher into the vehicle.

An indictment was filed today (Tuesday) against a 47-year-old shuttle driver, a resident of Haifa, for the offenses of attempted injury, willful damage to a vehicle and simple assault.

According to the indictment, last Wednesday, the complainant arrived with his car at the gas station "Menta" in the National Bank of Israel and asked the accused to move his car, as he was blocking the road. The accused ignored the complainant's request to gas up his car and told the complainant "Smelly doss, fly away" and A number of derogatory statements concerning religious people.

In response, and while he was sitting in the driver's seat, the complainant pulled out his mobile phone and began to take pictures of the accused, who in response gestured a "triangle finger" towards the complainant and when the complainant tried to overtake the accused's vehicle on the left, the accused took a fire extinguisher that was on the spot and threw it at the complainant through The front right window of the complainant's car, which was open at the time, damaged the vehicle's system.

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stabbed with a bottle

Last weekend, a call was received about a violent incident in Beer Ya'akov.

Police officers who arrived at the scene identified a man stabbed in the head, his face cut and the scene full of blood.

After collecting several testimonies, the police realized that there was a Torah lesson at the place when the two victims who came out of it were singing loudly.

Then some mixed people came to them and started hitting them and beating them.

One of the suspects stabbed one of the victims with a glass bottle and cut him in the head.

The second victim managed to escape while the suspects chased him.

They managed to get him and beat him.

The police arrested several suspects of involvement in the act and they were brought to court, where their detention was extended.

The judge ruled that there is a reasonable suspicion of the commission of the offenses and that there is grounds for arrest of dangerousness and disruption of investigative procedures.

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Source: israelhayom

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