Jews And Arabs — Safe On The Same Roads?
On the bus-ride from Kiryat Arba back to Jerusalem, I saw Arab kids walking to school alongside the highway. I managed to get a photo of this one as our bus sped by her.
All the kids looked as casual and unconcerned about the cars whizzing by as this girl did. And the adults in the photo below, waiting for their rides, did not seem at all worried either.
Jews in cars ply these roads probably about as much as Arabs do. If you do not understand why I mention that, think about the following:
The Jews in the photo below, waiting for a bus or to hitch a ride on the same road, seem quite as relaxed and just as nonchalant as the Arabs in the photos above, with a “minor” difference.
So what do you want to call the bus stop barriers Jews hide behind after car ramming terrorism began: are they security barriers or apartheid barriers? And why do the Arabs not have them?