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Rioting Arabs clashing with IDF soldiers near the Qalandia checkpoint north of Jerusalem.

Rock-throwing attacks and riots were almost unnoticed on Tuesday amid the headlines of three attempted murders of Jews by Palestinian Authority and Jerusalem Arab terrorists.

Even on a “quiet” news day, rock-throwing is ignored by most media except for The, unless it is on the “other side” of Judea and Samaria and towards Tel Aviv, in which case the “two-state” media go bonkers.


Here is a short list of Palestinian Authority activities within seven hours on Tuesday, not including the stabbing attacks:

To start off the morning yesterday:

8:35. – Riot at Al Aroob, an UNRWA “refugee” prison camp on Highway 60, one mile south of the Gush Etzion junction;

Afternoon activities and hobbies included:

12:05 – Rock-throwing on Highway 443, west of Jerusalem, and in Samaria;

12:12 – Rock-throwing at Jewish motorists in a Jewish neighborhood in eastern Jerusalem;

13:14 – Riots at the ‘Yesha Circle” near Ramallah;

1:22 – Rock-throwing and burning tires on the bridge near Hebron that crosses over the highway linking Hebron-Kiryat Arba with Kiryat Gat and the road to Beit Shemesh.

1:34 – Firebombing attack on vehicle on Highway 443’

1:38 – Rock-throwing south of Hebron;

1:50 – Rioters go berserk in Hebron and throw hundreds of rocks at police and soldiers;

2:32 – Arabs in Kiryat Arba burn tires and throw rocks;

2:44 – Guard at the entrance to Psagot, between Jerusalem and Beit El in Samaria, suffers light injuries from rock-throwing; and

2:55 – Riots in the Binyamin region of Samaria.

Outside of that, all was quiet.


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Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.