Item 1 - reported by Gil Ronen for Israel National News, February 9, 2012.
'Jerusalem Arabs Wound Man in Rock Ambush'
'A man was lightly wounded in a rock attack on the Mount of Olives, Thursday. Arutz Sheva spoke to the man - Yisrael Schechter - who said that he learned that such attacks are more serious than one might think, just from listening to the news.
"I was driving to the Mount of Olives cemetery, along with a friend", he related. "On the way, on the road from Har Ha-Tzofim to Har Ha-zeitim, we were on the ridge, and I was hit very hard in the ear by a rock. It was very forceful and thank G-d, and if it had hit 5 cm away, I do not know if I would have been talking now. On Sabbath we will say 'Hagomel' [a blessing recited after surviving a dangerous experience - ed] and thank G-d it only hit the ear and I have a strong pain in my neck...".
"There were two rocks - one hit and the other missed the car. We stood to the side and then a police car passed without seeing us. We honked and I tried to drive after him, and then a third rock was thrown at us. It was small and missed us. This was 50 meters from the first incident. They brought an ambulance but I told them I can drive to the hospital myself".
"Now I am waiting in line for the surgeon. One hears about rock throwing incidents but I can tell you, it is clear to me that a rock like this can definitely kill. I have no doubt. The blow is extremely forceful. And this Shabbat I will say 'Hagomel' and I am thinking of holding a festive meal. I feel that I have been spared from death. It is not a children's game. A rock like this can kill".
'Police and Border Police combed the area after the attack.
'Arabs (sic: Arab Muslims - CM) hurled a fire bomb at a security jeep on the Mount of Olives ridge Wednesday."
And Item 2, in a report from the same paper, 17 February, more murder-minded Arab Muslims attacking Jews with rocks.
'Two Jews Nearly Lynched in Jerusalem'. That is: Two Jews Nearly Lynched by Muslims in Jerusalem - CM
'Two Jews are recovering from a near-lynch attempt, after Arabs threw rocks at their car as they were driving in Jerusalem'.
'Two civilian employees of the Defense Ministry are recovering from a near-lynch attempt on Monday.
'The two were travelling to Mount Scopus in Jerusalem when they accidentally made a wrong turn and ended up stuck in a traffic jam between two Arab cars. A crowd of Arab youths then showed up and began throwing rocks at them.
'At one point the rock throwers, some of whom were students from a nearby school, approached the vehicle and slammed a large stone into the windshield.
'The rock struck the driver, Yehuda Attias, in the head.
"Attias, who was all bloody, hit the gas and the two Israelis then fled toward a nearby hotel. They called security and rescue forces and were taken to the hospital. Attias was since hospitalized several times because of the severe head injuries.
'Eliezer Hakshur, Attias' brother-in-law, told Arutz Sheva that it was a miracle that Attias survived the lynching attempt.
'He is suffering from headaches and has twice been hospitalized with vomiting and chills", Hakshur said, adding the rock throwers were "probably a group of children from the nearby Arab school, who realized the two were stuck, and called their friends who began to throw rocks at them. They smashed the car's windshield and my brother-in-law's head. He had deep cuts and his head is full of stitches".
'He added that the whole incident could have ended much differently. "It was a miracle, we have no other words to describe it. Yehuda, whose head was bleeding, fled at the last minute. Only when they came into the hotel did the security and rescue forces arrive.
"In recent months Arabs (sic: Arab Muslims - CM) have attacked Jewish motorists with rocks, in what is starting to again become a common phenomenon on the roads of Judea and Samaria, as it was in the days of the 2002 Second Intifada.
'Rock attacks can be deadly, as they are indeed intended to be, causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle and crash the car. That is precisely how two Jewish residents of the Judean city of Kiryat Araba - ASher Palmer and his baby son Yonatan - lost their lives last September".
Item 3, from Israel National News, 23 February 2012: another Muslim rock attack upon a Jewish driver.
'A Jewish mother living in the Judean community of Karmei Tzur, located between Gush Etzion and Kiryat-Arba-Hevron [Hebron - CM] narrowly escaped with her life when PA terrorists launched a rock attack this week on Highway 60, the main artery that runs from north to south in eastern Judea and Samaria. But it turns out that Zehava Weiss was not the only victim this Tuesday, as she told Arutz Sheva in an Internet correspondence.
"While travelling between El Aroub and Beit Ummar on the ascent I noticed a car approaching from the opposite direction with a damaged front window, from a rock that must have preciously landed", she said. "I naively presumed that it was the result of an old incident that hadn't yet been fixed".
'As Weiss approached the centre of the PA Arab town of Beit Ummar, however - an area that is usually cluttered with numerous taxis pulling in, pulling out, and parked in every which way - she observed a man racing across the road.
"I first thought that this was a soldier with a rifle, and I slowed down to grasp what was happening", she said. "I then noticed dozens of people, old , young and teenagers, congregating on my right. It then became apparent that the 'soldier with a rifle' was actually a photographer with a camera. He was seeking a better picture angle to snap away at what was about to happen", Weiss realized. "On my left were at least two other photographers, waiting for the action. I should emphasize that I was not the first victim, and other cars had already been stoned and so these press photographers were well aware of what was happening and what was about to happen to me.
"None of them, it seems, thought to call for assistance from the police or IDF - none of whom were present".
'Knowing she wouldn't survive if she didn't continue driving, Weiss kept going. "If I had slowed down, I would have been trapped and blocked off", she pointed out. "The only thing in my mind was to proceed home and not get caught at that crossing. It was difficult to pass through as the rocks came from a distance of just a few feet from the car - 'zero range' as we say. The rioters clearly could see that the car contained two young females, defenseless. We were struck by many rocks; my view was blocked by the cracked glass.
"I simply concentrated on getting out of there as quickly as I could. It was only when I arrived home that I realized the entire front of the car was covered with shattered glass particles, including me, the infant seat, the back seat, everything. There was also damage caused to the sides of the car. At least eight large rocks and blocks had hit my car".
'Later reports confirmed the rock attacks continued after Weiss escaped, resulting in damage to other vehicles and trauma to other drivers and passengers as well. Equally disturbing - or more so - was the fact that the terrorists no longer seem to fear the long arm of the IDF.
"These terrorists had no qualms about not covering their faces during their attempt at murder", Weiss pointed out..."We only pray and hope that people in Israel and around the world will finally recognize the truth - that our enemies, the Arabs who fight us (that is, the Arab Muslims who fight us - CM) wish for evil. They want destruction, while we wish for good and want peace, even with our neighbours. We wish for life".
And item 4, from Jerusalem Post, reported on 23 February, a stabbing.
'Man stabbed in forest near Beit Shemesh'.
'Police open an investigation after 40 year old man found critically injured from several stab wounds'.
'A 40 year old Jewish man was discovered in Ramat Beit Shemesh critically injured from a number of stab wounds on Wednesday afternoon.
'Police opened an investigation, but they are unsure if the man was a victim of a terrorist attack or a criminal attack...
Why can it not be both? - CM
'Magen David Adom paramedics evacuated the man, who was stabbed in the stomach, to Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital...".
[And that was February, in Israel. Rocks, rocks, more rocks, thrown with intent to kill; and a stabbing. There are probably other incidents that I have missed, but And now to part three: Muslim attacks on Israeli Jews during March 2012, to date].