Journalist Josh Hasten surrounded by Arab mob with rocks: “Today was my turn”

American-Israeli Journalist Recounts Near-Lynching by Palestinian Mob En Route to Jerusalem
by Ruthie Blum
October 7, 2015

“Today was my turn,” said a resident of Elazar in Gush Etzion in the West Bank, referring to his brush with Palestinian terrorism on Wednesday morning. Driving on the Tekoa road to Jerusalem — which he took because his Waze satellite warned of traffic on his regular route — freelance journalist Josh Hasten (a show host at the now-defunct Voice of Israel online radio station) found himself prey to a mob of Arabs in balaclavas preparing to pummel him with rocks and concrete blocks. “And it happened a mere 500 meters away from a checkpoint manned with IDF soldiers,” Hasten told The AlgemeinerREAD MORE

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