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Residents of Efrat Protest Stone Throwing (Video)

Efrat resident giving cookies to soldiers.

Efrat resident giving cookies to soldiers.
Photo Credit: Natan Epstein

On Wednesday evening, residents of Efrat left the safety of their town’s borders to hold a peaceful protest along the main road leading to their northern entrance, which is also near the entrance to a nearby Arab village.

The Efrat residents were protesting the recent wave of Arab stone throwing, fire bombs, and burning tires that have left residents of Efrat injured and their cars damaged. Many of the attacks took place at the protest’s exact location.

The protest was organized by Women in Green leader, Nadia Matar, who demanded that the new Defense Minister take a stronger position against the Arab terrorists, and provide more protection on a daily basis.

Numerous soldiers were on site to protect the protesters, and in the video below, one can see some damage to one of their jeeps from Arab attacks. The protesters thanked the army for the job they are doing, despite being held back by the political echelons.

Numerous police were also at the protest site, but they were more busy photographing and filming the citizens of Efrat who were demanding protection.

About the Author: Natan is a video editor, and proud resident of the town of Efrat.


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One Response to “Residents of Efrat Protest Stone Throwing (Video)”

  1. It's good for Efrat's citizens to stand up for their rights and they should be protected from the PA. terrorists.

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