Sunday, October 30, 2022, 12:38 Approximately one week ago, a 14-year-old youth was walking on Moshe Rabbeinu Street in Ramle, when suddenly a car pulled up beside him. The Arab woman driving the car cursed and threatened him while her daughter, who was sitting next to her, recorded the incident. At some point, the driver stopped her car, got out, and tried to choke the youth. She grabbed him by the throat, pinned him against a parked car, and then beat him. Her daughter also joined in the attack.
When the youth filed a complaint with the police, he discovered that the Arab woman had been detained and interrogated, but unconditionally released at the police station. Honenu Attorney Chayim Bleicher assisted the youth with writing a letter to the police demanding that the assailants be detained and interrogated: "I ask that also the daughter of the assailant, who participated in the act, be located, detained, and interrogated about the attack and the threats that they made." Bleicher also demanded that "the case be transferred as soon as possible to the office of the State Attorney so that the assailants can be indicted for racially motivated aggravated assault and making threats."