Dog Saves Man from Arab Assault
Natan Epstein was walking down a street in Jerusalem this week when a passing Arab driver slowed down to curse at him. Epstein, who is used to such incidents, simply continued walking. (continued below)
In other news:
Two puppies from Egypt were rescued just moments before they were to beÂ used by the Muslim Brotherhood in their protests as “puppy bombs” dipped in gasoline and set on fire.
Just moments later, the situation escalated into a potentially fatal assault as the driver attempted to run him down, then jumped out of the car with a second Arab man and began viciously beating him.
Epstein managed to escape thanks to his dog, Mona. He spoke to Arutz Sheva’s Yoni Kempinski about the attack, and told him how he was saved at the last minute.
Epstein expressed frustration at government’s failure to prevent such attacks, and explained the steps he thinks must be taken to keep Jews safe in Israel’s capital. (Source)
The taxi firm owner who says toward the end of this article that he would have respected the driver’s beliefs, in other words, that he would have disrespected the disabled woman and forced her to accommodate Muslim sensibilities, is the wave of the future. Rather than enforce one law for everyone, Britain appears anxious to accommodate Muslim observance of Sharia in every way that it can, no matter how much it inconveniences non-Muslims.
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(INN) Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas blamed Israel over the weekend for the PA’s difficult economic situation, reports the Ma’an news agency.
In an interview with official television, Abbas expressed concern that the PA would not be able to pay salaries for its employees in November but, as he usually does, found who to blame for it: the Israeli “occupation”. Â (eye on the world)