6 Palestinians injured by Molotov cocktail near Bat Ayin

August 16, 2012 20:25


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A taxi was hit by a Molotov cocktail on Thursday, injuring six Palestinians on a road outside the settlement of Bat Ayin.

According to the police, the taxi went up in flames. T
he wounded were evacuated to Hadassah University Medical Center, in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem. The victims are said to be in medium to moderate conditions.

The police commented that
another ready-to-use Molotov cocktail was found in the area. Security forces are now conducting a thorough search on the area.

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