Samaria: Alon Moreh residents attacked by Palestinians

October 16, 2010 19:32


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Residents from Alon Moreh in Samaria said Friday that Palestinians attacked two settlers, Israel Radio reported.

According to the settlers, Palestinians along with left-wing activists came to an area of olive harvesting without coordinating the visit with security forces. In response, the two settlers called the area's security team and the IDF.

The IDF said that it received reports of several Palestinians who assaulted an Israeli near Alon Moreh and that the suspects escaped after security forces arrived and fired shots in the air.

Palestinians from the village of Azmot reported settlers firing at them. No injuries were reported.

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