Rocks thrown at 4 youths who mistakenly enter Issawiya

November 5, 2010 15:26


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Three youths from Givatayim and an Australian student mistakenly entered the village of Issawiya on Thursday night and were met with rock throwers who damaged their vehicle, Channel 10 News reported.

Police suspect that residents of the village, who were armed with heavy stones, planned the attack in advance. The four were on their way back to the Betsalel school in Mount Scopus. They did not recognize the area as posing a threat and their vehicle was heavily damaged.

The four were able to escape without any injuries.

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