Noam party reported attempted ramming attack against activists

The alleged attack took place in Petah Tikva, no one was harmed.

August 28, 2019 17:33
Israel police car (Illustrative)

Israel police car (Illustrative). (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)

A ramming attack was reported against Noam party activists in Petah Tikva on Tuesday, according to the party's spokesperson.
A black car allegedly attempted to run-over the activists as they tried to place their party banners on Yarkon junction ahead of the upcoming elections. 
“The driver left his car, shouted [at us] and tossed the sign away,” the activist said. “If we were unable to jump out of his way, I don’t know if I could give testimony here today.” 
The Noam party is a radical conservative party that openly calls for a restoration of "normalcy," which they view as the suppression of LGBTQ rights, having previously compared gay-marriages to marrying pets in their campaigns.
On Wednesday, pro-LGBTQ activists stood next to Noam activists in Jerusalem with rainbow flags with stars of David on them and stickers calling to "Love your fellow man as you love yourself." 

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