Baby injured in the head by Palestinian stone throwers

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September 21, 2011 21:12

 
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A baby girl was lightly injured Wednesday when Palestinians threw rocks at the car she was riding in, Israel Radio reported Wednesday.

Her family was driving near the Migdalim settlement in the West Bank when their car was attacked.

A Magen David Adom ambulance rushed the girl to a nearby hospital.

Samaria Regional Council Mayor Girshon Masika responded to the incident, saying "Again the 'peaceful people' of the murderous Palestinian Authority are proving who we are up against - against terrorists trying to kill babies."

"They have an olive branch in their mouths and murderous weapons in their hands," Masika said, adding " It's these barbaric terrorists who want a state."

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