About 150 residents of Teko'a took part in a procession, Thursday evening, to protest continued attacks on vehicles in the area and the infiltration of Arabs - backed by provocateur Ezra Nawi and his Ta'ayush group of Arabs and Jewish leftists - into the Judean Jewish community. The marchers said, "We are here to wake up the army. If it won't protect us in our homes and on the roads, someone else will. Our lives will be not be abandoned."
Member of Knesset Aryeh Eldad (National Union) told the marchers that the Shabak Israel Security Agency is avoiding arresting Nawi even though he is a sign of attack. He added, "We're not talking about peace activists, and those who pretend to be innocent and let them get close to Jewish homes must know that the next attack is getting closer."