Israeli bus hit by rocks in West Bank

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 7, 2017 09:53
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Palestinians threw rocks at an Israeli bus passing by an Arab village in the northern West Bank this morning, Arutz Sheva reported.



The bus was passing by the school in the Arab village of Luban Ash-Sharqiya, about 20 kilometers south of Nablus, when it was hit by rocks.



Hatzalah of the West Bank said that no one was injured, but the window of the bus was shattered.



The incident is suspected to be in retaliation for an arrest of a potential terrorist with a knife made last night at Tzofim Checkpoint, near Qalqilya.

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