Molotov cocktails hurled at Beit Yehonatan, causing damage

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March 16, 2010 07:10

 
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Hours ahead of an anticipated Muslim convergence Tuesday on the Temple Mount "to save it" from Jewish presence, Arabs hurled two Molotov cocktails at Beit Yehonatan, the Jewish-owned building in Silwan.

Light damage was caused to the building.

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