Israeli lightly hurt by firebomb hurled at car in Kalkilya

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November 6, 2011 09:39

 
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An Israeli citizen was lightly injured by a firebomb hurled at his car by Palestinians east of Kalkilya in the West Bank on Sunday, according to the IDF.

The injured party was treated on the scene and did not require hospitalization, Channel 10 reported.

The IDF was searching the area for suspects.

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