But he did.
Typical motherly reaction after the fact:
Israel: Muslim truck driver shouting “Allahu akbar” and “death to the Jews” plows into cars, murdering one person, injuring 17
For jihadis and Islamic supremacists in general, the founding of the State of Israel was a nakba (catastrophe). This, however, is not.
“‘Driver in Tel Aviv truck rampage shouted death to Jews,'” by Yaakov Lappin in the Jerusalem Post, May 15 (thanks to JW):
A witness who claims he stopped the driver who hit several cars on Tel Aviv’s Bar Lev Street Sunday in what police called a suspected terror attack said he initially thought the driver had just lost control of his brakes.Arik Levy told Israel Radio that when he went to go help the driver, he saw him continue to hit cars and street lights, and heard him saying “Allahu Akbar” and “death to Jews.”
Levy said he ran up to the driver, the two struggled for a short time, and then police arrived at the scene after 10 minutes.
Another witness who saw the incident told The Jerusalem Post the driver “looked crazy.”
The eye witness, 18-year-old Natalie, said she saw the truck driver driving in zigzags, and “deliberately hitting everything he saw.”
“It was obvious it was deliberate,” she said. “He was looking at the road and then back down at his wheel. He looked crazy.”
Bar Lev street was strewn with wreckage, with several badly-damaged vehicles parked in different areas on the street. Some of the vehicles were lying in the middle of the dividing fence in the opposing traffic lane, street signs were flattened and there was glass on street….
Meanwhile, in Gaza:
Hamas PM: Pray for an End to Israel (Weasel Zippers)
(JPost) — Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh spoke to Muslim worshipers on Sunday morning, telling them to pray for an end to Israel.
Pic of the Day…(ZIP)
Aspiring Joooo-killers. (Nothing to do with Islam. Islam is a religion of peace…. right?)
Pali boyz dressed in uniforms of Pal security forces and holding plastic toy guns take part during a rally marking “Nakba” in the West Bank city of Nablus May 15, 2011. Pal-Arabs on Sunday mark the “Nakba”, or catastrophe, to commemorate the
expulsion or fleeing of some 700, 000 Arabs from their homes in the war that led to the founding of Israel in 1948.