IDF soldiers open fire on vehicle that tries to hit them near Bethlehem

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February 8, 2015 13:58

 
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IDF soldiers opened fire on a Palestinian vehicle that attempted to run over soldiers near Bethlehem in the West Bank on Sunday.

The soldier's recognized the vehicle, which came from the direction of the village of Al-Khader, accelerating toward them at a checkpoint.

The soldiers then opened fire, successfully hitting the vehicle before it sped away.

The IDF was searching the area for suspects.

No soldiers were injured in the incident.

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