A Likud activist was the target of road terrorism midday Thursday when a large rock was hurled at his car at Har Chevron, Arutz Sheva reported.
Shai Malka, director of the party’s Manhigut Yehudit faction founded by MK Moshe Feiglin, was driving down Route 60 when a rock thrown from a truck speeding in the opposite direction hit one of his tires.
“Thank G-d,” said Malka. “Miraculously, the rock only hit a tire and not the window. I almost lost control of the vehicle, but G-d was with me and I managed to stop.”
It was the same method used to murder Asher Palmer and his baby son Yonatan in the same area in September 2011.
“What do I think of this?” Malka said. “That the army needs to wake up, and the state and the residents do, too… But it seems that until we have a leadership of faith, this may be what our life’s routine looks like.”