Bus driver says 200 rioters ‘tried to lynch me’; blazing vehicle burns through power cables; mayor blames police for violence, is also attacked by crowd

TIMES OF ISRAEL
Driver recounts ‘nightmare’ after Haredi mob torches his bus at lockdown protest
January 25 2021
by Staff

Police used stun grenades to clear ultra-Orthodox rioters from the streets of Bnei Brak early Monday after a group attacked two buses, setting one on fire and completely destroying it. The mob pulled a driver from his bus and beat him, lightly injuring him before setting the vehicle on fire. The driver, Eyal Tzipori, told Channel 12 on Monday evening that he had feared for his life. He said he called the police, but waited half-an-hour in vain for them to arrive. He then got off the bus, was attacked, took refuge back in the vehicle, and was ultimately extricated by two paramedics. READ MORE

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