80-year-old Palestinian woman injured in rock throwing

October 31, 2011 13:27


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An 80-year-old Palestinian woman was lightly injured on Monday when settlers threw rocks at her in the Migron outpost area, according to Israel Radio.

Ten of the woman's olive trees were destroyed. 

Also on Monday, according to B’Tselem, announcements written in Arabic were found on trees in the area and in Ramallah with the message, "This tree was transferred to Jewish property - do not draw near to it."

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