A woman who believed she was crashing her car into a Jewish school has been arrested by police in Indiana.
Ruba Almaghtheh, 34, allegedly crashed her car into the Israelite School of Universal and Practical Knowledge in Indianapolis on Friday, mistakenly thinking it was a pro-Jewish organization, police said. Nobody was injured.
The Anti-Defamation League said that the Israelite School of Universal and Practical Knowledge is in fact an extremist organization that is anti-Israel. The Southern Poverty Law Center has also designated the organization a hate group.
Almaghtheh allegedly told an officer at the time of her arrest that she had been watching the news and "couldn't breathe anymore," and “referenced her people back in Palestine,” according to a statement provided to ABC News by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD).