Alexander Levlovich, 64, was returning home from a Rosh Hashana dinner when his car was struck by rocks thrown by four Palestinian teens on Asher Viner Street, the road separating the Jewish neighborhood of Armon Hanatziv (East Talpiyot) from the Palestinian neighborhood of Sur Baher.
Levlolich lost control of his vehicle and was critically injured when it struck a pole. He was pronounced dead shortly afterwards.
Nir Levlovich, one of Alexander’s three surviving sons, who was in the US when his father was killed, wrote: “One stone changed the course of my life.”
This writer attended a press conference in Jerusalem last week with Nir Levlovich, held on the very road where his father was killed, and was able to ask one simple question: Does he believe that incitement played a role in the attack that killed his father? As Nir is not a native English speaker, the word “incitement”…
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