Drivers for Palestinian Authority prime minster Rami Hamdallah have been caught – again – for reckless driving and crossing the solid white line while passing other vehicles Sunday.
Israeli police in Judea and Samaria observed several Palestinian Authority vehicles violating traffic laws and they stooped the drivers, only to discover that Hamdallah was in the convoy, between Shiloh and Eli in Samaria.
The convoy was allowed to continue, and the drivers were summoned to the traffic division of the police in Judea and Samaria, police spokesmen said.
Reckless driving on the roads, other than the road to peace, has been a favorite habit of Hamdallah’s drivers.
Last January, Israeli police and soldiers stopped them four times for ID checks and for wild driving, which is commonplace in Judea and Samaria.