3 Palestinians, 1 settler lightly hurt in Nablus clashes

January 7, 2012 20:30


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Three Palestinians and one Jewish resident of the Har Bracha settlement were lightly injured in clashes between settlers and local residents near Nablus in the west Bank on Saturday evening.

Settlers and Palestinians threw stones at each other before IDF soldiers succeeded in dispersing the disturbance.

The settler who was injured in the incident was taken to  Rabin Medical Center - Beilinson Campus in Petah Tikva and was expected to be questioned for allegedly throwing stones at IDF soldiers.

The settlers involved in the incident claimed that the disturbance began when Palestinians entered the Givat Ronen outpost and started throwing stones at the residents.

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