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Published on: July 1, 2009 09:07 PM
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Jerusalem - A 19-year-old youth without a driver’s license is suspected of running over a 2-year-old girl in her carriage today and then fleeing the scene, Jerusalem police said.

Police say the suspect told investigators that initially a friend was driving the car, in Jerusalem’s Beit Israel neighborhood. His friend stopped and got out, at which point the suspect decided to get behind the wheel.

He allegedly lost control of the car in the Ramot neighborhood, hitting a 25-year-old woman pushing a baby stroller.

Eyewitnesses said the driver crushed the stroller, continued driving, stopped to look back, and then drove off.
The woman, who was the child’s babysitter, was not injured, but ran home in panic.

“I saw a baby lying on the road next to a crushed stroller,” said Aharon Pamp, a United Hatzalah volunteer who was first to reach the scene. “The neighbors told us he just hit the girl and kept driving.”

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The child had a severe head injury, and was taken to hospital sedated and on a respirator.

Police found the driver shortly after, in the car, in the nearby neighborhood of Mea Shearim. **Update** The 19-year-old driver, was remanded today for a further five days in custody.


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 Jul 01, 2009 at 08:59 PM oysh Says:

I think that this story is kind of spooky...also why does the picture show children looking at the scene...its mamish so depressing...i hope that this two year old has a speedy refuah sheleima...

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 Jul 01, 2009 at 08:42 PM a relative Says:

Please say tehillim for Sara Shira bas Leah Malka

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 Jul 01, 2009 at 10:20 PM Anonymous Says:

Did this driver took part in the Shabbat protests too?

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 Jul 01, 2009 at 10:08 PM madd in brooklyn Says:

while waiting at a traffic light today in a more then two ton truck, a woman actualy started crossing the street as my light turned green, i saw for a fact that the woman was looking ahead and not paying attention. but for the loud noise of my truck i wanted to yell out my window "f@$%@g b%#h why don't you walk into street first and drag the baby behind you rather then push the baby into the street before you"

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 Jul 01, 2009 at 10:05 PM Loshon Hora Says:

Frum Bochur or not, still a roizeiach? If true, driving without a lisence is like shooting without a lisence, a car is like a gun.
A minute of fun could cost lives, and sometimes the bochur's life. He will probably spend some time in jail even if hopefuly the child gets better, everyone will be crying Pidyon Shevuyim, & the zionistic anti frum state.
I feel sorry for him, but you must take responsibility for your actions, I feel sorry for anyone who legally drives & nebach gets into an accident.
I thought the Roshei Yeshiva In Eretz Yisroel, don't even allow lisenced Bochurim to drive even BeinHazmanim, never mind in Zman & without a lisence.
I am sure he wishes he would have listened.
What a musar Haskel how a life or a few lives can be ruined with one stupidity.
May Hakodosh Boruch Hu have rachmonus on the kid & the bochur. We all have sins which we benefited from more than this bochur who has already been punished, & awaits his day in court. i pitty him him, although it says Shoitah Asur Leracheim Olov. I have also been a shoite & want rachmonus.

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 Jul 01, 2009 at 09:39 PM innocent until proven guilty Says:

the driver probably thought the stroller was empty as is the case im many instances in JERUSALEM. Either way a rachmanus on the childs family as well as the driver nobody should ever feel the pain of seriously injuring someone.

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 Jul 01, 2009 at 09:14 PM Hashem Yerachem!! Says:

are there any updates on the condition of Sara Shira bas leah Malka?

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 01:47 AM Licensed driver Says:

Reply to #6  
innocent until proven guilty Says:

the driver probably thought the stroller was empty as is the case im many instances in JERUSALEM. Either way a rachmanus on the childs family as well as the driver nobody should ever feel the pain of seriously injuring someone.

What's this "innocent until proven guilty" crap. The "bochur" has admitted it and expressed regret. The babysitter was pushing the stroller on the sidewalk - the "bochur" lost control and drove up on the sidewalk. What are you sayin, he thought the stroller was empty so he figured that for the fun of it he would drive up on the sidewalk and crush it? And injuring the babysitter (not too seriously) was not intentional? I will dann l'kav zchus in your case and assume that the problem is the medications you take.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 01:39 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #6  
innocent until proven guilty Says:

the driver probably thought the stroller was empty as is the case im many instances in JERUSALEM. Either way a rachmanus on the childs family as well as the driver nobody should ever feel the pain of seriously injuring someone.

the stroller was being pushed by the babysitter ON THE SIDEWALK, he went up on the sidewalk and hit them, the babysitter was slightly injured.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 12:59 AM clever Says:

the driver has no excuse.. there's no way 2 answer on driving without a license... & the owner of the car also deserves good petch 4 giving his car 2 some1 w/out license.. let's see if his car would look like stroller looks what he would say now...
in any case this story should teach a lesson 4 all teens who think that they are different they are experts they can watch by them nothing will ever happen wrong every1 will make a mistake EXCEPT them..... youngsters grow up look @ the world don't oversmart ppl w/more experience in life then u... 1ce u make the mistake u regret it deeply & then its 2 l8 u can't move back the clock.. this story couldve had a much more tragic end BH its not more then severe injuries.. hashem should help the child should have a speedy & full recovery .. & hashem should always give syate dishmaye!! amen!

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 07:17 AM Anonymous Says:

Bucher arrested is Binyamin Rabinovitch

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 12:43 AM Anonymous Says:

for the record, it does not actually say it was a bochur does it? On the other hand, whoever it was should be punished to the full extent of the law. I do not care if s/he thought the stroller was empty, IF you are found willfully and willingly disobeying a law that is clearly there for people's safety you deserve what you get.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 07:27 AM Check the facts Says:

according to this report it was not a hit and run
http://www.bhol.co.il/news_read.asp?id=10566&cat_id=1

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 08:12 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #5  
Loshon Hora Says:

Frum Bochur or not, still a roizeiach? If true, driving without a lisence is like shooting without a lisence, a car is like a gun.
A minute of fun could cost lives, and sometimes the bochur's life. He will probably spend some time in jail even if hopefuly the child gets better, everyone will be crying Pidyon Shevuyim, & the zionistic anti frum state.
I feel sorry for him, but you must take responsibility for your actions, I feel sorry for anyone who legally drives & nebach gets into an accident.
I thought the Roshei Yeshiva In Eretz Yisroel, don't even allow lisenced Bochurim to drive even BeinHazmanim, never mind in Zman & without a lisence.
I am sure he wishes he would have listened.
What a musar Haskel how a life or a few lives can be ruined with one stupidity.
May Hakodosh Boruch Hu have rachmonus on the kid & the bochur. We all have sins which we benefited from more than this bochur who has already been punished, & awaits his day in court. i pitty him him, although it says Shoitah Asur Leracheim Olov. I have also been a shoite & want rachmonus.

very impressive reply

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 08:00 AM michali Says:

I find this very disconcerting that since the riots, yidden have been in accidents and r'l, killed. Just last week there was a terrible car accident in EY, a father and a son were killed in NYC, and a boy was found drowned in a pool in Monsey, and now this. I think Hashem is sending us message.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 07:47 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #10  
clever Says:

the driver has no excuse.. there's no way 2 answer on driving without a license... & the owner of the car also deserves good petch 4 giving his car 2 some1 w/out license.. let's see if his car would look like stroller looks what he would say now...
in any case this story should teach a lesson 4 all teens who think that they are different they are experts they can watch by them nothing will ever happen wrong every1 will make a mistake EXCEPT them..... youngsters grow up look @ the world don't oversmart ppl w/more experience in life then u... 1ce u make the mistake u regret it deeply & then its 2 l8 u can't move back the clock.. this story couldve had a much more tragic end BH its not more then severe injuries.. hashem should help the child should have a speedy & full recovery .. & hashem should always give syate dishmaye!! amen!

Can you please transelate that into English?

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 07:44 AM Anonymous Says:

It seems that as this irresponsible moron is Charedi he is automatically excused. If, however, he was a "Zionist" he'd have been lynched by now.

2 facts seem clear: 1. A CHILD IS VERY SERIOUSLY INJURED. 2. The driver responsible for the accident carried on driving & fled the scene.

So much for taking responsibility & being remorseful. And don't say well, he's young. If he's old enough to "drive" (with or without a license) he's old enough to step up & be accountable.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 08:37 AM Anonymous Says:

To #s 8 &10. You are absolutely right!! These "Shoitim" who do these terrible things, and destroy many, many lives, including their own, oftentimes, do not listen to any warnings, or pleadings before they do something terrible. They do not stop, not unlike "MONSTERS," until they are somehow stopped by force, rather than by reasoning with them. Most of the time, they are not completely able to grasp the gravity of their misdeeds! I'm a close relative of one such a "MONSTER," and can tell all of you, unequivocally, that these "MONSTERS" make "HELL ON EARTH FOR EVERYONE AROUND THEM!!!" Unless & until the "Tzibur" (public) will demand severe punishment and sanctions, as a way to prevent such tragedies, both from Halachah point of view, and by official authorities, and make a few "Examples," of these "MONSTERS," and put the fear of HASHEM in them, the public will never be SAFE around them! More to follow on this terribly dangerous element!!

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 08:52 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #11  
Anonymous Says:

Bucher arrested is Binyamin Rabinovitch

Now, did we all have to know that?! Isn't the story tragic enough, I hope you feel clever that you have let all VIN readers know the name of the poor boy!!!!

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:26 AM M, in NY Says:

Reply to #15  
michali Says:

I find this very disconcerting that since the riots, yidden have been in accidents and r'l, killed. Just last week there was a terrible car accident in EY, a father and a son were killed in NYC, and a boy was found drowned in a pool in Monsey, and now this. I think Hashem is sending us message.

Only since the riots???You must have a very short memory. For the past year there have been so much tzoros on klal yisroel. Mumbai was before the riots. And so were very many other tradgedies.
From where is everybody so sure that this bochur took part in the riots? were you there? The message is that we should just stop hating each other.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:22 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #18  
Anonymous Says:

To #s 8 &10. You are absolutely right!! These "Shoitim" who do these terrible things, and destroy many, many lives, including their own, oftentimes, do not listen to any warnings, or pleadings before they do something terrible. They do not stop, not unlike "MONSTERS," until they are somehow stopped by force, rather than by reasoning with them. Most of the time, they are not completely able to grasp the gravity of their misdeeds! I'm a close relative of one such a "MONSTER," and can tell all of you, unequivocally, that these "MONSTERS" make "HELL ON EARTH FOR EVERYONE AROUND THEM!!!" Unless & until the "Tzibur" (public) will demand severe punishment and sanctions, as a way to prevent such tragedies, both from Halachah point of view, and by official authorities, and make a few "Examples," of these "MONSTERS," and put the fear of HASHEM in them, the public will never be SAFE around them! More to follow on this terribly dangerous element!!

Which "monsters" are you referring to exactly?

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:09 AM Realist Says:

Reply to #11  
Anonymous Says:

Bucher arrested is Binyamin Rabinovitch

Interesting; you'll put the bucher's name out there for all to see while YOU are anonymous!
COWARD!

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:05 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #6  
innocent until proven guilty Says:

the driver probably thought the stroller was empty as is the case im many instances in JERUSALEM. Either way a rachmanus on the childs family as well as the driver nobody should ever feel the pain of seriously injuring someone.

Oops! I forgot! Empty strollers are SUPPOSED to be smashed!!

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 08:59 AM Licensed Driver Says:

Reply to #13  
Check the facts Says:

according to this report it was not a hit and run
http://www.bhol.co.il/news_read.asp?id=10566&cat_id=1

I read this interview with the brother of the driver in Chedrei Charedim - and very frankly it is frightening. The family seems to think a big deal is being made about a routine accident just because they are charedim and/or because the news media have nothing else to write about. And they are very worried about the driver's state of mind - oy veh, what will this do to his chances of making a good shidduch. He indeed left the scene; yes he apparently first called rescue services, but then got back into the car and sped off - and ultimately was grabbed by the filthy Zionist thug police. Somehow in this perverted way of thinking the cops and the newpapers are at fault - big deal, a little accident, it happens every day. And, this to their zchus (said sarcastically) they have declared (other news media) that they are willing to compensate the parents of the little girl who got crushed - generously. It made me want to puke.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:28 AM Licensed Driver Says:

Reply to #19  
Anonymous Says:

Now, did we all have to know that?! Isn't the story tragic enough, I hope you feel clever that you have let all VIN readers know the name of the poor boy!!!!

Your sense of values is all screwed up. What seems to bother you, after a cliched reference to what happened, is that #11 "let all VIN readers know the name of the poor guy." The poor guy! Are you nuts? The poor Sara Shira.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:33 AM Licencsed Driver Says:

Reply to #22  
Realist Says:

Interesting; you'll put the bucher's name out there for all to see while YOU are anonymous!
COWARD!

As far as I know, this guy you call an "anonymous COWARD" did not run over an infant girl in a baby carriage.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:34 AM M, in NY Says:

Reply to #17  
Anonymous Says:

It seems that as this irresponsible moron is Charedi he is automatically excused. If, however, he was a "Zionist" he'd have been lynched by now.

2 facts seem clear: 1. A CHILD IS VERY SERIOUSLY INJURED. 2. The driver responsible for the accident carried on driving & fled the scene.

So much for taking responsibility & being remorseful. And don't say well, he's young. If he's old enough to "drive" (with or without a license) he's old enough to step up & be accountable.

Please exchange the words moron and chareidi for TEENAGER. Do you know the statistics for accidents, by drivers under 21? Read some newspapers of 30-40-and 50 year olds who have fled the scene in the moment of panic.

Did you see anyone posting that he is not accountable? Of course he is, but please don't be judge and jury to sign and seal his fate. Leave that to people who are not just blinded by hatred for chareidi.

Do your part by davening for a refua for this child, and praying to hashen that your children should be more responsible. (but the apple usually does not fall far from the tree, your kids will grow up with blind hatred for others just like you).

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 10:19 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #25  
Licensed Driver Says:

Your sense of values is all screwed up. What seems to bother you, after a cliched reference to what happened, is that #11 "let all VIN readers know the name of the poor guy." The poor guy! Are you nuts? The poor Sara Shira.

I'm reading all your comments and thinking to myself, "how bad and mean can some "licensed drivers be"...

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 10:17 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #27  
M, in NY Says:

Please exchange the words moron and chareidi for TEENAGER. Do you know the statistics for accidents, by drivers under 21? Read some newspapers of 30-40-and 50 year olds who have fled the scene in the moment of panic.

Did you see anyone posting that he is not accountable? Of course he is, but please don't be judge and jury to sign and seal his fate. Leave that to people who are not just blinded by hatred for chareidi.

Do your part by davening for a refua for this child, and praying to hashen that your children should be more responsible. (but the apple usually does not fall far from the tree, your kids will grow up with blind hatred for others just like you).

Just to get the facts straight, the papers report that HE DID NOT LEAVE THE SCENE, he pulled in around the corner and called police, and waited for them.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 10:00 AM Mom with a driver's license Says:

We did not allow our children to get driver's licenses when they turned 16 or even 18. We told them they had to get a job, pay for their own insurance, and their own gas before we would sign for a driver's license. Since this society is determined to treat teenagers like children and claim they are not mature and responsible, they have no business driving cars. Operating dangerous machinery is something only an adult should be doing. But the fact that this guy was driving without a license proves he is not just immature and irresponsible - he obvious KNEW he didn't have a license, which means he was WILLFULLY engaged in criminal activity, too. He deserves to go to jail.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:56 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #25  
Licensed Driver Says:

Your sense of values is all screwed up. What seems to bother you, after a cliched reference to what happened, is that #11 "let all VIN readers know the name of the poor guy." The poor guy! Are you nuts? The poor Sara Shira.

licensed driver/Mr Perfect.. you appear to have a heart of lead or stone, yes this bochur is a rachmonus! a big pity on him! even if he has done something wrong and made the big mistake of his life, he is broken into pieces, do you think he's happy that it happened? did he go out in the morning planning a killing spree? how bad and stupid can some people be?

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 09:54 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #17  
Anonymous Says:

It seems that as this irresponsible moron is Charedi he is automatically excused. If, however, he was a "Zionist" he'd have been lynched by now.

2 facts seem clear: 1. A CHILD IS VERY SERIOUSLY INJURED. 2. The driver responsible for the accident carried on driving & fled the scene.

So much for taking responsibility & being remorseful. And don't say well, he's young. If he's old enough to "drive" (with or without a license) he's old enough to step up & be accountable.

Just the opposite!! because he's frum, all frum haters jump to bash him and ready to lynch him. Would he be a secular guy or tzioni, you'd all stand up to defend him. (same way you all bad mouth's do whenever there's a charedi in trouble).

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 11:00 AM HaLeiVi Says:

Reply to #17  
Anonymous Says:

It seems that as this irresponsible moron is Charedi he is automatically excused. If, however, he was a "Zionist" he'd have been lynched by now.

2 facts seem clear: 1. A CHILD IS VERY SERIOUSLY INJURED. 2. The driver responsible for the accident carried on driving & fled the scene.

So much for taking responsibility & being remorseful. And don't say well, he's young. If he's old enough to "drive" (with or without a license) he's old enough to step up & be accountable.

I didn't notice a single comment excusing the boy or claiming he's being treated unjustly. You just have your angry template ready to post on demand.

Another point:
The Yiddishe approach is Midda BeMidda. To just throw the book, because wat he did was horrible, is not justice. Of course he will serve time, but calm down. And since his actions were irresponsible rather than sadistic, you can have Rachmanus.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 11:31 AM Monster's Relative Says:

To #32 and all the bleeding hearts,"Rachmonisdike" people:

You are entirely missing the larger point! While it is true that "Chareidi" drivers are not statistically worse than the rest of the population, it is a fact that in this case and in others there are Chareidim also involved. In other words, being Chareidi does not guarantee that the "Driving Violations," will be significantly fewer. Among the main points one can take away from the above incident could be: 1) Driving w/o a valid license IS A CRIMINAL OFFENSE!; 2) Much more education for the general public, and for drivers, in particular, is needed, to prepare them the very BIG responsibility of driving a vehicle; even it is only for a short joy ride!; 3) Very few people--in their right minds--set out to harm others, or themselves with vehicles. BUT! BUT! what they don't realize is: that driving is NOT an innocent activity. A VEHICLE, WHICH WEIGHS AT LEAST 2,000 LBS.+, IS MORE DANGEROUS TO CIVILIANS, THAN A TANK IS IN WAR! In bat of an eyelash, ONE irresponsible driver can KILL as many as 10 people or more!!

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 11:53 AM midwest Says:

Where do i begin. Well, lets first start out by saying this kid is not a rotzeach because he doesnt have a license. Now, if he doesnt know how to drive then he is a rotzeach. The license doesnt mean a thing. Normally, most people with licenses are safe drivers and know how to drive from their training, but you could have a save driver even though he never got a license. Now, im not saying that is the case here..but for number 5 to call him a rotzeach for that reason is foolish. And his comparison is even worse. A gun license doesnt mean i know how to safely handle and fire a weapon. It just means legally I have a gun.
Bottom line is the kid committed a crime...fled from a scene...and should bu punished. There should be no chareidi or zionist agenda here. The kid committed a crime and should be punished for it. The child should have a refuah shelaima because she is the victim here. You do the crime you pay the time.
One final thing..number 6..that has got to be the dumbest thing i've read yet on this website. He thought it was an empty stroller and thats why he drove to hit it ?!? Its ok to be dan lekaf zechus, like it was an ACCIDENT, but thats just foolish. He drove out of control with (i assume no training) and thats why he did what he did. Nebach on the child and may she make a full recovery.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 11:42 AM Licensed Driver Says:

Reply to #28  
Anonymous Says:

I'm reading all your comments and thinking to myself, "how bad and mean can some "licensed drivers be"...

Yup, I'm a bad and mean licensed driver. Have been a licensed driver for 52 years. So far I have not run down any infants in baby carriages being pushed along on sidewalks.
As a bad and mean licensed driver I have rachmonus on little girls in baby carriages.
As a bad and mean licensed driver I do not have rachmones on those who run down little girls in baby carriages.
OK, guys, start telling me about sinas chinom - 1,2,3 go.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 12:33 PM Anonymous Says:

it was in ramot

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 02:59 PM Goody Goody Says:

Reply to #35  
midwest Says:

Where do i begin. Well, lets first start out by saying this kid is not a rotzeach because he doesnt have a license. Now, if he doesnt know how to drive then he is a rotzeach. The license doesnt mean a thing. Normally, most people with licenses are safe drivers and know how to drive from their training, but you could have a save driver even though he never got a license. Now, im not saying that is the case here..but for number 5 to call him a rotzeach for that reason is foolish. And his comparison is even worse. A gun license doesnt mean i know how to safely handle and fire a weapon. It just means legally I have a gun.
Bottom line is the kid committed a crime...fled from a scene...and should bu punished. There should be no chareidi or zionist agenda here. The kid committed a crime and should be punished for it. The child should have a refuah shelaima because she is the victim here. You do the crime you pay the time.
One final thing..number 6..that has got to be the dumbest thing i've read yet on this website. He thought it was an empty stroller and thats why he drove to hit it ?!? Its ok to be dan lekaf zechus, like it was an ACCIDENT, but thats just foolish. He drove out of control with (i assume no training) and thats why he did what he did. Nebach on the child and may she make a full recovery.

Let's be Dan #6 Lekaf Zchus. I think he was saying that that's why he fled. Had he known that he hit a kid, he would have stayed and faced whatever is coming him.

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 Jul 02, 2009 at 10:46 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #5  
Loshon Hora Says:

Frum Bochur or not, still a roizeiach? If true, driving without a lisence is like shooting without a lisence, a car is like a gun.
A minute of fun could cost lives, and sometimes the bochur's life. He will probably spend some time in jail even if hopefuly the child gets better, everyone will be crying Pidyon Shevuyim, & the zionistic anti frum state.
I feel sorry for him, but you must take responsibility for your actions, I feel sorry for anyone who legally drives & nebach gets into an accident.
I thought the Roshei Yeshiva In Eretz Yisroel, don't even allow lisenced Bochurim to drive even BeinHazmanim, never mind in Zman & without a lisence.
I am sure he wishes he would have listened.
What a musar Haskel how a life or a few lives can be ruined with one stupidity.
May Hakodosh Boruch Hu have rachmonus on the kid & the bochur. We all have sins which we benefited from more than this bochur who has already been punished, & awaits his day in court. i pitty him him, although it says Shoitah Asur Leracheim Olov. I have also been a shoite & want rachmonus.

Is shooting without a "lisence" retzicha? I'd think it depends whether you aim it at a live human or not.

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 Jul 03, 2009 at 06:48 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #6  
innocent until proven guilty Says:

the driver probably thought the stroller was empty as is the case im many instances in JERUSALEM. Either way a rachmanus on the childs family as well as the driver nobody should ever feel the pain of seriously injuring someone.

are u for real?? even if the stroller was empty a person was pushing it

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