During an incident
circa the Old City in Jerusalem:
Worst of all, two police officers were located behind the wall. I yelled for them to come help me. The officer came, grabbed the Arab and told him to come along. I asked him to arrest the man because I wanted to file a complaint, but the officer told me to continue on. I was in shock. I had been beaten, my head hurt, and he didn't care at all," Itah added, noting that he felt the officer was trying to help the attacker get away.
"I went to the Kotel station. The officer took the incident seriously and sent officers with me to the same point. When I returned to the scene of the attack, I saw that the officer had an Arab name and I understood what had happened." The attacker was identified through security cameras, though Itah claims that he was released without restrictions, while Itah himself was told to stay away from the Damascus Gate for 15 days and let out on a 3,000 shekel ($770 US) bail.
This is disturbing. A case where the victim was tecnically blamed rather than the attacker. It's something that's going to have to be confronted in court and/or other legal forums.
Labels: anti-semitism, dhimmitude, islam, Israel, Israeli Arabs, Jerusalem, jihad