Stoning attacks on Israeli motorists are not only increasing in number and location, they are also growing in their ferocity.
The Husan bypass road, which is part of Route 375, has come to be dubbed “Terror Road” by local inhabitants who now wonder as they plan their daily commute whether they’ll make it to work and back “in one piece.”
By 7 pm Monday evening, Beitar Illit Online reported four vehicles had already been damaged in stoning attacks on that road.
Three cars were damaged in the central region, also by stoning, and one of those three had been damaged in a stoning once before.
Arab terrorists repeatedly attacked Israeli motorists traveling along Highway 446 between the Jewish communities of Peduel and Beit Aryeh. At least one person was hurt, sustaining minor wounds from flying glass.
In addition, an Israeli driver was attacked while driving past the Arab village of Tuqu’a, near the Jewish community of the same name, Tekoa, in eastern Gush Etzion. No one was physically injured but the vehicle was damaged by the hail of rocks that were hurled at the car.