A 61-year-old man from the neighborhood of Armon Hanatziv in Jerusalem was arrested on Wednesday night, on charges that he was one of the organizers of an illegal, but non-violent, anti-terrorism rally held in the neighborhood in response to the ongoing Arab attacks emanating from the neighboring Tzur Bachar neighborhood, according to a report by the Tazpit News Agency.
The man is a victim of a previous Arab terror attack.
Six protesters were arrested in total from the dozens who participated in the protest that began after the funeral for Alexander Levlovitz, who was murdered on Rosh Hashana eve by Arab terrorists who stoned his car, as he drove through the Armon HaNatziv neighborhood.
The protest was held at the traffic circle, at the entrance to Tzur Bachar, where the Arab terrorists threw the stones that caused Levlovitz to lose control of his car and get killed.
The protesters complained of police violence, while the police claimed the protesters were yelling, “Mohammad is a pig.”
The Honenu organization claims that one of the six was arrested after he photographed police violence against the angry residents.