Palestinians say settlers attack houses in W. Bank villages

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March 12, 2011 15:08

 
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Palestinian sources reported on Saturday that a number of West Bank settlers attacked houses in the villages of Burin and Hawara, near Itamar the settlement where a married couple and three children were killed during a terror attack.

According to the report, Palestinian eye witnesses said that between 30 and 40 settlers entered the houses in the Palestinian villages and then proceeded to hurl stones and glass bottles at them.


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