A Haredi IDF member was attacked in Beit Shemesh by Haredi moonbats
who consider the army worse than the jihadists endangering them:
Hareidi extremists attacked a reserve soldier returning home from the front Monday, according to several reports, as he came home to Beit Shemesh to visit his parents and pray at a local synagogue.
"His two children were very frightened," an eyewitness told Walla! news Tuesday. "The extremists cursed him, threw stones at his car, and ordered him to leave the neighborhood."
The incident unfolded on Hillel street at about 10:00 pm, according to the report. The extremists called the reservist a "Nazi" and "vermin."
Several other eyewitnesses told Arutz Sheva on Tuesday that friends and neighbors of the reserve soldier condemned and apologized for the incident, helped him recover and offered to pay for the damage.
The District Police has opened an investigation and "are expected to make arrests."
Several hareidi MKs sharply criticized the incident Tuesday, with some even going as far as calling the extremists "terrorists."
"There are limits," Shas Chairman Aryeh Deri said Tuesday morning. "The attack by Jewish extremists on a soldier as he prayed in synagogue is an act of terrorism."
"They should be treated as we treat terrorists," he continued. "A hand that raises itself against a soldier should be smacked."
Well isn't that great a man who's been working at the same time to undermine this country supposedly understands the danger of turning against people working overtime to protect those anarchists from the Hamas and the missiles they're firing at them. Even the Haredi MKs aren't innocent in this affair, as rabbi Dov Lipman makes clear
Yesh Atid and Beit Shemesh resident MK and Rabbi Dov Lipman welcomed the condemnations of the attack by haredi politicians but said that the fierce attacks from the haredi world on the recently passed law for haredi conscription had contributed towards the atmosphere of hate towards the IDF.
“While I applaud the condemnation of the attack from haredi leaders and I know that only small numbers of extremists would ever attack soldiers, I don't think the haredi political and rabbinic leaders can claim complete innocence,” Lipman said. “Their non-stop incitement against the government and the suggestion that haredim should[n't] serve in the army plays a role here. Had the haredi community called 500,000 people to a prayer rally on behalf of the soldiers instead of against the draft law which implies against army service, I believe the picture would be very different even among the extremists.”
Deri and UTJ members Yaakov Litzman and Moshe Gafni owe an apology for their own role in this incitement. But who knows if they'll own up?
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