Report: Car torched in retaliatory attack for West Bank shooting

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October 2, 2015 09:05

 
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Shorty after the fatal shooting of Eitam and Na'ama Henkin in the West Bank Thursday night, a vehicle was set ablaze in the village of Beitilu near Ramallah in what the police believe was a retaliatory attack.

Scrawled on a wall near the torched car read the phrase "Revenge Henkin" in Hebrew.

Israeli Security Forces have opened an investigation into the incident.

A Palestinian terrorist shot dead an Israeli couple in an attack on their car near Nablus on Thursday night, between Elon Moreh and Itamar.

Their four young children survived without injury in the bullet-riddled vehicle.

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