CHAREIDI ANTIFA: Bus Driver Nearly Lynched In Bnei Brak, Bus Set Ablaze, Mayor And Knesset Member Attacked [VIDEO ROUNDUP]

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Violence in Bnei Brak reached a new level late Sunday night, as violent Hafganos took place around the city, and a group that locals have decided to label “CHARIEID ANTIFA” are causing destruction around the city.

At one location, protesters stopped a bus on Kahneman Street, attacked the driver, forced him off, and literally set the bus on fire.

Local residents began to scream to the residents in the nearby buildings to evacuate, as the heat of the fire began melting the windows.

People began calling the fire department, but they refused to respond until they received a police escort – due to the fact that they are repeatedly attacked by Chareidi extremists when responding to Chareidi neighborhoods. They eventually responded – after more than 30 minutes – and extinguished the blaze.

A group of locals went to the local Fire Department Headquarters and literally banged on the doors.

A recording is attached of a person calling the fire department as well.

Local residents told YWN that there are hundreds of boys roaming the streets since all Yeshivas are closed, and are literally terrorizing the entire city – which is prompting a forceful response from police.

The bus fire was just one items of violence by this marauding gang of “Chareidi ANTIFA”.

Earlier on Sunday, the Mayor of Bnei Brak, R’ Avrohom Rubenstein the former Mayor of Bnei Brak, R’ Chanoch Zeibart, and MK R’ Yitzchok Pindrus came under attack from an angry mob while walking in Bnei Brak.

Rubenstein managed to get into his car, which was then attacked by the mob, as they smashed his mirrors and caused other damage.

Police were investigating all incidents, and a wave arrests can be expected.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)


38 COMMENTS

  1. ARE YOU NUTS? THIS HAS NOTHING ABSOLUTLEY NOTHING TO DO WITH EXTREMISIM ABSOLUTLEY NOTHING! THIS HAS TO DO WITH ONE THING ONLY PEOPLE ARE GOING MESHUGA FROM THE LOCKDOWN, ITS BEEN ALMOST A YEAR ALREADY AND RIGHT NOW ISRAEL UNDER LOCKDOWN IS HOW WE FELT IN MARCH AND APRIL MAY AND JUNE BEING STUCK AT HOME WITH THIS ISRAEL LOCKDOWN MAYBE A LEVEL LOWER THEN THAT LOCKDOWN BUT STILL VERY DIFFICULT AND MUCH MORE PROLOGNED THEN ANY AMERICAN LOCKDOWN AND THATS WHY THE BOYS ARE GOING CRAZY! UCH THE GIYU NEFESH I HAVE FROM yWN IS NOT TO BE BELIEVED. THE WAY THEY TWIST EVERYTHING TO THEIR AGENDA

  2. These are Jewish patriots not Antifa liberals. We must fight the pork eating,shabbos violating bare headed secular anti Torah government. Keep up the spirit. A government that allows gays to parade is not a Jewish government in any shape or form. Long live Trump.

  3. בטלה מביא לידי שיעמום
    These kids have had no structure in months. They’ve gone out of their minds. I wish a Rav Yitzchok Silbershtain or the like could stand in the streets and corral them together! Maybe a Mutty Steinmetz figure could get to them! What they’ve come to is maamish crazy!

  4. CORRECTION: MOST PEOPLE THAT ARE PROTESTING IS DOING SO FROM GOING CRAZY, EXCEPT MENDEL VIZNITZERS CHASSDIM THEIR TAKA EXTREMISTS , BECUASE THE REBBI IS IS VERY RADICAL BUT THE FAULT OF THAT IS NOT THOSE BOYS, IT IS SOLEY THE FEW AMERICAN BALEBATIM WHO HELPED HIM BECOME REBBI IN THE FIRST PLACE FOR WITHOUT THEM HE NEVER WOULD HAVE BECOME ANYTHING, THEY ARE THE ONES TO BLAME FOR THIS MESS, ITS THEIR FAULT PUTTING IN A MESHUGANER, WHAT TYPE OF REBBI WHOS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WELFARE OF HUNDREDS OF FAMILIES GOES OUT OF COMMISION FOR THE FEW MONTHS FROM THE SIDE AFFECTS OF THE MEDICATION HE WAS TAKING TO GET HIS WEIGHT DOWN. WHAT TYPE OF BUSINESS IS THIS? HOW COULD HE? HOW CAN HE? IF THE HALACHA IS THAT A POSEK CANNOT DRINK OR CANNOT PASKEN AFTER HE DRINKS( I FORGOT THE CORRECT HALACHA) BECAUSE HE IS RESPONSIBLE TO THE KEHILLAH THAT NEED HIM TO ANSWER THEIR PRESSING SHAILOS. ALL THE MORE SO A REBBI WHO NEEDS TO OVERLOOK HIS FLOCKS EMOTIONAL AND RUCHNIUSDIK WELL BEING HOW CAN HE JUST SHUT DOWN? THAT WAS ABSOLUTLEY UNACCEPTABLE AND THE BALEBUSTE WHO PUT HIM IN IS RESPONSIBLE.

  5. Time for these Mazikim to go to the Israeli army, and become disciplined:- of-course in addition to paying to replace the bus and all the burned out windows from nearby buildings

  6. @Genuk Shoin,

    You seem to have a pattern of trying to point out that ywn is terrible, they twist the agenda, they can’t be believed, their style of writing is wrong, they post two articles when they can write it it one, etc. You even won the award for best words of wisdom (stupidity, in my opinion). Please, stop wasting our time. say ur opinion about why riots are happening, but dont connect it to the terrible terribleness of ywn. we need a break, and also, ur caps dont prove a point.

  7. @Rats Rats DemocRATs,

    patriots??? burning buses???

    As I strongly agree that israel is very bad for the jews, I don’t think its patriotic to burn buses in israel, in america, or anywhere that allows gay parades. I think its completely unreasonable for police to not allow us to daven or they use excessive force, but I think burning buses is a completely inexusable chillul hashem

    @genuk shoin, adam muad l’oilam. what type of excuse is that?? “Its not my fault, I was going meshuga from the lockdowwn””

  8. @ kissing up to biden will get you nowhere, Ywn is twisting things to fit their own agenda, when the clowns that own and run this site, are just as charedi and would get grouped together with these “extremists” in the same sentence, by some of the modern orthodox people who dont like people that are to frum, that actually have high levels of education and honorary degrees, unlike ywn that never had any sort of eucation whatsoever but want to jump on the open minded bandwagon that only educated people belong in and they would reject you anyway becuase your not one of them. the terrible teribbleness (well said) of ywn is maachsil people with bad hashkofas and they should change their domain name

  9. There are 2 things.

    1. We cannot forget that we are all together. If part of klal Yisrael is doing something very wrong, each person, myself included, needs to look inside and see what they can fix in themselves, and not focus on what other people need fixing.

    2. This, just like in every other scenario where you might judge someone, you cannot judge anyone until you have gone through their situation.

    Are you currently living in bnei brak?

  10. I was thinking the same, people are just not themselves these days. These shutdowns and police state control over the populations of the world does not go without consequence.

  11. We need these young hero’s to stop Israel from turning into a sodom. Our ancestors the Maccabees would of done the same. Read your history. You think Dovid hamelech would allow gays. They would be brought to Sanhedrin and stoned. Long live Trump

  12. 1) Burning a bus is an insane thing to do. No ifs, ands or buts! They endangered the lives and apartments of hundreds of people — there could have been an explosion. (And why the hell were those people just standing there? I was so scared watching the videos.) The bus burning was a murderous, stupid, unforgivable act. Nobody should be defending it, my gosh! @Rats Rats DemocRATs: I’m certainly maskim that Trump should be gezunt — and the endings of your comments got me laughing out loud, but you, and everyone else defending the actions in the videos above, need to admit that the bus burning was unforgivable and murderous. Indeed, even if it could be excused l’ma’an taking down the sodomite government — AND I DO NOT BELIEVE WHATSOEVER THAT IT CAN BE EXCUSED FOR THAT, BUT I’M JUST SAYING EVEN “IF” IT COULD BE EXCUSED FOR THAT — it would still be unforgivable because they endangered hundreds of innocent civilian lives. That said, I understand people are claiming that the burning was not committed by chareidim at all. I hope AND INDEED ASSUME that this is true. If it IS indeed true, then of course what I’m saying is irrelevant.
    2) Lynching a frum person is an insane, goyishe action. It is disgraceful. That applies regardless of his/her hashkafos, l’sheim shamayim level, political policies, position as mayor, etc. DISGUSTING. And I am no fan of that mayor. That said, I am not living through the lockdowns and Nazi police raids that they are living through, so I’m not going to judge them (though I definitely do judge whoever committed the murderous bus burning; they need to be removed from society). But the lynching was unacceptable and a huge chillul Hashem.
    3) It is certainly true that much if not all of the actions shown above have no connection whatsoever to hashkafa and/or chareidiness. They have to do with the lockdowns, Nazi police raids, etc. Although the actions pictured above don’t seem to befit a Torah community, they also have to do with a population feeling that they are completely at the mercy of an illegitimate Nazi police force; they must be at their wits’ end.

    In summation: The actions displayed in the above videos which were demonstrably performed by CHAREIDIM (unlike the bus, perhaps), are the fault of, A) a raiding, sadistic, Nazi police force and the filthy Zionist entity behind it, and, B) a severe degeneration of the chareidi society. YET, WHEN FACED WITH THE CHOICE OF FOCUSING ON THE ACTIONS OF THE POLICE — OR FOCUSING INWARD AND CONTEMPLATING THE COLLECTIVE FAILURES OF CHAREIDI SOCIETY AS A WHOLE, WE OUGHT TO FOCUS INWARDS.

    We, gosh darn it, need to do better.

  13. I don’t believe their actions to be correct and exabtable at all …. That being said it is easy for us to jude them we are not there going through what they are going throw. Unfortunately in israel the government has a double standard between secular people and religious people. the relgiious people had enough and are now protesting with everything going on and the government is not us to it. Unfortunately they are picked on a lot and please don’t say otherwise except if you are from Israel and can speak first hand ( or have family/friends in israel) And lets not ask where the parents are and if this is chinuch or not. Could be very will that the parents disagree and raised them very will etc. There are countable stories of tzadikim who unfortunately their children didn’t going in their way etc. Iy”H may Hash-m help theses boys and may we be zocha to משיח במהרה בימינו

  14. Lookdowns are world wide. I do not accept this excuses.they think because they are chareidim
    they better than others and they can do what ever they want. Its the same worldwide,excactly also with the chareidim.They thin they are special and can tell others what to do,taking profits from the governments but not keeping the laws it says dineh demalchuschoh dine but that does not interest them.
    The only attitude is to criticizes modern orthodox or secular jewish but they can do what ever they want.
    Send them out of Israel to Africa,even there they cant do what the want

  15. Side note: The fact that it took so long for the fire department to arrive is disgraceful. I fully understand their request for a police escort; the firefighters are not to blame — they are heroes who risk their lives for their brethren. However, why the hell did the police not immediately grant an escort? Did they want to “let Bnei Brak feel the consequences of its actions”? That’s ridiculous! You can’t allow a dangerous fire to continue burning near electric wires because one guy acted insane (and lit the fire). If there was ever a need for a proof that nothing the Nazi forces do is ever l’sheim shamayim, well, THIS IS IT.

  16. so this is Torah and these are those who learn Torah?!

    I am revolted by them, by their teachers and their leaders for allowing such things to happen!
    I can understand why after seeing this, NO ONE in their right mind would want to study Torah or do a Mitzvah! A pure Chillul HaShem!

  17. @Rats Rats DemocRATs

    Let me get this straight, you are going to fight the ‘secular, anti-Torah government’ by burning a bus in a religious, Torah neighborhood and disrupting the lives of G-d fearing, Torah Yidden and terrorizing their holy kids?

  18. @ Big Bob and Rats Rats, that is the same lame excuse the BLM uses to burn down the cities, these punks got up in the morning and said asher bocha bonu me kol hamimin vnosson lonu es torahso and then turn around and act like antifa and BLM thugs, disgusting.
    PS calling them Nazis is insulting the memories of 6 Million kedoshim.

  19. PLEASE NOTE: I live in Bnei Brak. You should know two things. 1) The protest were Peleg followers, not mainstream Bnei Brakers. 2) The one’s that were damaging property were not Chareidim. They are kids at risk who, unfortunately, are violent and cause a lot of trouble here. The City Counsel is doing nothing to deal with them. If you look closely at the available videos, you’ll notice that the kids that are actually doing damage are not dressed in Chareidi garb. There’s a reason for that. They are not Chareidi. They, unfortunately, are giving a bad name to Chareidim because the Chilonim do not know how to distinguish one from the other and are assuming that they are Chareidim.

  20. 1) My grandchildren have also been in locksdowns during the year. But they don’t go out burning buses and beating up on people.
    2) We’re always told that it’s the “fringe” element doing all the violence. I don’t think anyone buys that line anymore.
    3) Where are the leaders? Where’s the Vishnetzer Rebbe? Yanky Kanievsky? Why aren’t the Rabbonim condeming this?

  21. For all those that believe these men are excellent role models and representative of the Torah, perhaps they are fantastic candidates as son-in-laws into your families. Consider them as husbands for your daughters who truly represent a home of a shalom bayis, integrity, and representative of what Gedolim had in mind (sarcasm). Rav Moshe Feinstein was once distraught that he “wasted” roughly 15 minutes out of an entire year not dedicated towards Torah. You’ll have plenty of wasted time with those guys.

  22. @PleaseStayCalm: I am no defender of the Zionist regime, see above, but I think when people say “lynching” nowadays they don’t actually mean an attempt to kill (per the strict definition in the dictionary); they mean a mob run-off or attack.

  23. As a former Benai Brak swim instructor, I fail to be surprised. I was a college kid living in the adjacent city in Givat Shmuel and was giving lessons in Benai Brak. I saw many great people there of which I am greatful to have met and taught in swimming. I likewise unfortinately met many terrible people, (mostly parents) who tried to fraudulent the swim lessons to be considered hydrotherapy so that the insurance would subsidize it amongst much worse crimes. The City which is removed from the way of the world and proper business ethics needs a deep cleansing

  24. Bottom line is how many of you did anything about gay parades in Yerushalayim. When Rabbi chaim Kanefsky urged 100 thousand protesters to come out 17 years ago almost everyone stayed home. Now the new generation of 17 year olds will make up for the previous generation that was obligated to protest. We should salute our young heroic patriots for speaking up. They ate doing the holy work that we missed out on. Maybe we need to send over Heshy Tischler to help in the protests.