COVID nurse pelted with stones returning from shift on Yom Kippur – The Jerusalem Post

The nurse, Shaked Alkobi from the Kfar Eldad settlement in southeast Gush Etzion, was on her way back from a shift in the COVID labor ward at Shaarei Zedek on Wednesday evening at 11 pm. At the entrance to the Har Homa neighborhood, her car was attacked by a number of kids aged 12-15.
In the past, Haredi youth have thrown stones at vehicles that have driven on Shabbat or holidays, but Har Homa is not a Haredi neighborhood and the youth didn’t look ultra-Orthodox.
“At 11 p.m. I finished my shift at the hospital and on the way home [my car] was smashed by stones,” Alkobi said in an interview to N12.
“I initially wanted to speak to these kids, I began to slow down but I saw that they were continuing to throw stones like crazy. I was terrified and escaped the scene,” she added.
“I was hysterical and didn’t know what to do,” she added. “My crazy frustration Grew because I could not understand – why are they doing such a thing? I am a first-responder for United Hatzalah and I have a Shaare Zedek sticker on the side of my car.
“Even if I were not a medical worker – this is a vicious and shameful act,” Alkobi continued. “The kids threw large stones on me and I do not want to imagine what would have happened if one of them had hit me in the head.”
“I am a mother to three kids, and their car seats were covered in glass,” she said.

Source: COVID nurse pelted with stones returning from shift on Yom Kippur – The Jerusalem Post