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July 30, 2015 / 14 Av, 5775
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Hitchhiking

Hitchhiking in Gush Etzion

Hitchhiking in Gush Etzion
Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/FLASH90

Hitchhiking, or “Trempim” as it is called in Hebrew, is a common mode of transportation for many Israelis.

The photo above is of a standard and official Trempim post in Gush Etzion. It is clean, covered, well lit, and very popular.

You’ll notice there are crash barriers in front of the Trempim post.

Arab terrorists have previously rammed their cars into Israelis waiting at the posts, so crash barriers were installed to prevent those terrorist attacks.

Unfortunately there is no end to the evil machinations Arab terrorists will come up with. You can protect yourself with crash barriers, and they’ll invent a new method to kill Jews.

The problem isn’t with the hitchhikers…

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2 Responses to “Hitchhiking”

  1. wow we get arrested here for this plus take your life into your own hands doing this

  2. Chesed Yocheved Avraham says:

    Hitchhiking might be popular, but had been an easier target for our enemies to harm our Jewish population. The problem rest with the hiker, who need to not accept the free ride, especially Arabs-Terrorist Palestinian.

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