Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Where are their parents?

If there is to be peace in the Middle East, there has to be respect. As you will see from the video below, a car is set up for attack by rock throwing Arab children in the presence of the media. The news then reports,
Two Palestinian children in eastern Jerusalem were hit by a car driven by a settler leader after they threw rocks at the vehicle.

David Be'eri, the director of Elad, a nonprofit organization that runs the City of David and helps move Jews into homes in Silwan, told Israeli media that he accidentally hit the children after the car came under attack from rocks thrown by several children on the morning of Oct. 8.

A video of the incident shows the car swerving to avoid hitting a child standing in the street and then plowing into the other two. The Palestinian boys reportedly sustained leg injuries. The back window of Be'eri's car was smashed.

Jerusalem police questioned Be'eri.
David Be'eri is no wild eyed fanatic, he's an anthropologist. You can see that he ran for his life after the accident because to stop would have brought him harm.

So, where are the parents of these boys? Maybe they should be questioned by social workers for their shameful lack of parental supervision.

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