YNET: 4 Border Policemen hit by Palestinian driver
Driver says he accidentally stepped on the gas instead of the breaks, and did not intend to harm the soldiers.
Yoav Zitun, March 15, 2014
Four Border Police soldiers were hit by a car, driven by a Palestinian, at a roadblock near Beit Ummar in Gush Etzion on Saturday.
A Border Police officer shot at the vehicle's wheels, bringing the car to a stop.
The driver claimed in his investigation that the incident was an accident and that he had no intention to hit the Border Police soldiers. He claimed that he accidentally stepped on the gas pedal instead of the breaks.
The four soldiers were lightly wounded. They were taken to the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem's Ein Kerem for treatment.
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
Yes, and I supposed he was so nervous, due to the oppression he has received under the Israeli Government's regime.
That will be the next thing we here, if this case goes any further. And, I seriously doubt that it will.
"Palestinians" get treated better here than in quite a few Arab countries.
They just keep pushing the limits of Israelis' co-dependent desire not to upset the the international community, by bending over backwards for the Arabs.
In this way, we think that when we dare to defend ourselves from rockets from Hamas in Azza (Gaza) or missiles from Hezbollah in the North, shooters, bus bombers, and tractor attacks from Yehudah and Shomron, including Jerusalem, then the goyim will have sympathy for us, and finally come over to "our side."
How many times must we make the same mistake over and over and over again, expecting different results.
We are in a milhemeth misswah (obligatory war). How do I know? My eyes are open. It is as simple as that.
And, in a milhemeth misswah, there aren't any "innocent civilians," save for the handful who stand up to their own leaders and admonish them for causing harm to Israel.
There are only "accidental" injuring of our soldiers.