Three Jewish Settlers Injured by Palestinians in Nablus, One near Hebron
Three Jewish settlers were injured Monday afternoon when shots were fired at the car in which they were traveling near the entrance to the West Bank settlement of Shavei Shomron, in the Nablus area, reported the Tel Aviv-based Haaretz.
All three injured are Jewish settlers residents of Shavei Shomron. An 18-year-old woman sustained serious injuries, her father was moderately injured and a third person- the settlement's rabbi, was lightly injured, said the paper.
The attackers fled in their car to Nablus.
The paper also reported that an Israeli man was lightly injured near Halhul, south of Hebron, when stones were thrown at his car, citing Israel Radio.
Israeli troops made a new incursion into the Gaza Strip town of Beit Hanoun. Meanwhile, a Hamas activist was kidnapped by an Israeli unit in the strip -- Albawaba.com
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