6 injured in clashes between Palestinians, settlers

July 26, 2010 11:49


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Four settlers and two Palestinians were injured in clashes near the Har Bracha settlement on Monday, Israel Radio reported.

Palestinian sources said that one of the injured Palestinians was admitted to an area hospital in serious condition. One of the settlers was said to have been seriously wounded. All the others wounded in the clashes were reported to have light to moderate injuries.

The clashes between settlers and Palestinians on Monday began after the Civil Authority demolished two structures in the settler outpost of Givat Ronen near the the Har Bracha settlement for violating the government's building freeze.

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