A Jewish driver narrowly escaped a lynch mob south of Jerusalem.

Biased media reports and college campus propaganda might lead one to think that it’s dangerous for Arabs to travel in Jewish areas of Israel.

In actuality, Arabs visit, work and receive services throughout Israel and even enter so-called “right-wing settlements” of well-armed Jews on a daily basis without s or incident.

In contrast, Jews entering Arab villages can quickly find themselves in danger of a “lynching” by large Arabs mobs.

Sometimes, danger is even found outside Arab villages, when local residents block a nearby road with burning tires or other obstructions and attempt to pull Jews out of their cars when they are forced to stop.

Watch as one near victim narrowly escapes a violent lynch mob that suddenly formed near the Jewish community of Tekoa, south of Jerusalem, over the weekend.