IDF soldier lightly hurt as settlers stone troops near Kedumim

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July 20, 2009 22:16

 
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An IDF soldier was lightly wounded on Monday night when masked, rioting settlers hurled stones at troops near Kedumim, in Samaria. The IDF stated that it viewed any acts of violence, disruption of law and order and attempts to cause harm to any individuals or property with the utmost severity.

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