As Jerusalem and West Bank boil with protests over police’s alleged role in death of Ahuvia Sandak, Yesh Din rights group reports increase in assaults
Muataz Qasrawi said he was at home with his family on Thursday night when rocks began crashing through the windows.
“Around eight settlers emerged from the olive trees. They threw stones into our house. We have small children living here: a week-old baby, a young girl, a boy who’s only six months old, a ten-year-old,” Qasrawi, a resident of the West Bank village of Huwarra, said in a phone call with The Times of Israel.