An Uber driver in Los Angeles claiming to be a Palestinian Arab kicked two Jewish women out of his car after they told him they had just come from a pro-Israel celebration.
By Marcy Oster/JTA
An Uber driver in Los Angeles who said he was Palestinian kicked two Jewish women out of his car after learning they were coming from an Israel Independence Day celebration.
The incident occurred on May 19, the Los Angeles Jewish Journal reported.
The Celebrate Israel Festival — the self-described largest Jewish happening in Los Angeles — marks “70 Years of Zionism, Innovation and Entrepreneurship” – Photo: The Jewish Journal [unattributed]
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