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Video has surfaced of a group of more than a dozen Arabs appearing to surround and beat a Jewish man in Israel with rocks, sticks and other implements before he is able to get away, Israeli news site Arutz Sheva reported.

The 38-second video, uploaded to YouTube and titled "Hit the settlers in the village of Asira," is filled with shouting. The words "Allahu Akbar!" can clearly be heard as the man, dressed in light-colored clothing, tries desperately to escape his attackers. They all appear to be male, though several look like they're only young boys. The man is ultimately able to get away when another group comes to his aid throwing rocks of their own.

Arutz Sheva:

A video uploaded to YouTube on Saturday reveals an Arab attempt to lynch a Jew near the village of Asira al-Qibliya in Shomron.

The video, which was filmed by the Arabs, shows a group of Arabs surrounding the Jewish man and begin to pelt him with rocks.

The Jew is shown tripping and falling on the ground, while the Arabs continue to beat him until several other Jews with rocks in their hands come along and cause the Arabs to run off.

Shomron is the Hebrew name for Samaria, the region also known as the West Bank.

Arab rock attacks against Jews have become increasingly common. The video, aside from its brutality, is notable because footage of rock attacks is rarely posted online.

As The Blaze previously reported, an Israeli father and his infant son were killed in September after a group of Palestinians threw rocks at their car, causing it to overturn on a highway in what police said was a terror attack. Just days earlier, a 20-month-old girl was left bloodied after police said Arabs threw rocks at the car she was traveling in.

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