3 soldiers hurt when beaten by Hebron Palestinians

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 18, 2010 20:58

 
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A group of soldiers, wearing civilian clothes during physical training, were running in the Abu Sneina neighborhood of Hebron when they were attacked by dozens of Palestinians.

Three of the soldiers, one of them the team’s commander, were wounded when the Palestinians hurled stones at them.

They were treated in Jerusalem’s Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital.

The IDF opened an investigation into the incident. The military said the commander will be punished if it is found he did not follow protocol before leaving the base for training.

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