Masked men attack Israeli Arab delivery man at Yitzhar

June 11, 2013 23:04


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Masked rock-throwers attacked an Israeli Arab worker who arrived at the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar on Tuesday afternoon to offload materials from a truck, Judea and Samaria police reported.

The man arrived at the settlement on a delivery truck and when he stepped off the vehicle he was hit by rocks and masked men also sprayed him with pepper spray, police said.

The man was lightly wounded and treated at the scene before being evacuated by the army. No arrests were made after the incident, but police said they carried out searches for suspects.

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