Preschool evacuated after Arab workers hurl stones
Arab construction workers hurl stones into Tel Aviv-area preschool, make vulgar gestures towards staff members.
Nearly 100 children were evacuated from their preschool in central Israel Sunday, after Arab construction workers at a nearby building site began hurling rocks into the school through a window.
The incident took place in a preschool in the city of Givatayim east of Tel Aviv Sunday morning, when most of the preschool’s 90 three-year-olds and four-year-olds were inside the building, either in music class or in the activities room.
When one of the preschool staff members walked into the kitchen, Arab workers from a nearby construction site began hurling rocks through the preschool’s kitchen window.
Police officers were summoned to the scene of the attack shortly after the stone-throwing began. Officers arrested two workers from a nearby construction site. After questioning, the workers were released on bail and with a restraining order barring them from returning to Givatayim.
Via Arutz Sheva.