The shocking photos show how a man was pulled out of his car, before being passed out by an angry crowd. The state television channel Kan broadcast the attack, and it took place in Bat Yam, south of Tel Aviv.
It took fifteen minutes for the police and ambulance officers to reach the scene. Meanwhile, the man lay motionless on his back halfway.
Mob members justified the attack by saying the man was an Arab, and they claimed he was too much to hit far-right Israelis with his car. However, the photos show how the man tried to get away from the ongoing demonstration, before he was pulled out of the car.
The victim, after the extrajudicial execution, was seriously injured, but her condition is stable, according to a Tel Aviv hospital in a statement. France 24.
Signs of the Civil War
Right-wing politician Bezalel Smotrich says he is “ashamed” of the “extreme evil” that appeared during the attack.
My Jewish brothers, stop! The politician, who leads the Party of Religious Zionism, urges under any circumstances to allow ourselves to participate in the violence.
The country’s prominent rabbi, Yitzhak Yousef, also called on the Israelis to stop the violence.
– Innocent people are being attacked by terrorist organizations. This is painful and the images are strong, but we cannot be provoked and respond with violence, Yusef encourages.
Another politician on the left in Israel, says the photos show a country on its way to a “civil war.”
– As dangerous as Hamas
Defense Minister Benny Gantz has said that riots and violence against innocent people in Israel are no less dangerous than the rockets fired by Hamas into the country.
Tonight we have been threatened, more than ever, by internal divisions. Gantz said late on Wednesday night that this was no less dangerous than the Hamas rockets.
Demonstrations of various right-wing groups took place in a number of cities on Wednesday evening. This led, in several places, to clashes with the police and Israeli Arabs.
Meanwhile, missile attacks from both sides continue. The Israeli authorities were said to have allowed the army to escalate the attacks on Wednesday evening. Meanwhile, the Israeli defense has reported that 1,500 rockets have been fired from the Gaza Strip at Israeli cities since Monday.
According to the newspaper count The Times of Israel Seven people have been killed in rocket attacks on the Israeli side since Monday, five of them civilians. The youngest of them was a five-year-old boy.
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