Israeli Border Police forces carried out three arrests before dawn Wednesday at the the Tzur Baher neighborhood in southeastern Yerushalayim following a rock ambush that killed a Jewish man on Sunday evening, Rosh Hashanah, Chezky Ezra reports for Arutz-7.
Residents gathered in rage to demand an end to Arab terror attacks.
Alexander Levlovitz (64) lost control of his car after Arab terrorists hurled a rock into it, and died in the ensuing crash.
The residents protested the deteriorating security situation in their neighborhood, which borders several Arab majority neighborhoods and is often frequented by Arab residents passing through – some with nefarious goals.
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