Israel’s Al Jazeera English has published a video that shows the moment a woman drives through the desert and finds a newspaper in the back of a car.
The video was recorded in an Israeli settlement in the Negevs desert, near the Israeli-Egyptian border.
The woman, a young woman in her early 20s, drives to the checkpoint near the settlement and enters the checkpoint to pay her ticket.
The woman is not seen paying the driver, who then approaches the car and starts to walk towards it.
A second man approaches the woman and starts walking towards it, and the man then turns towards the driver and tries to grab him by the car window.
The man is not heard saying anything at all, as the woman walks away from the car.
After some time, the man turns towards her and tries again to grab the car, but the woman’s hands are already on the steering wheel, which is already locked, and she pulls away.
The next day, the woman is spotted again driving through the same checkpoint, and her car is still locked.
A passerby then sees the woman in the video and follows her to the settlement.
Al Jazeera English reached out to Al Jazeera’s staff in Israel and the United States for comment, but has not received a response at this time.
The video has since been removed from Al Jazeera.