Two firebombs thrown at Ramat Shlomo synagogue

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
July 17, 2006 09:21




Two firebombs were hurled at a Jerusalem synagogue Monday, in the second such incident in the city in the last month, police said. There were no injuries or damage reported in the pre-dawn attack on the synagogue in the city's Ramat Shlomo neighborhood. Last month, a synagogue in the city's northern French Hill neighborhood was badly damaged during a similar attack. The assailants in both attacks remain at large.


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