Settler hit by police car on Mount Hebron

March 13, 2011 03:46


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A police car hit a protesting settler at Kvasim junction on Mount Hebron Saturday night, injuring him lightly, when right-wing activists took to the streets in various locations in the West Bank in reaction to the murder of the Fogel family in Itamar. It is as yet unclear how the car hit the demonstrator.

Elsewhere, dozens of settlers blocked Road 60 in the Ramallah area, Karnei Shomron junction.

According to Palestinians, settlers also threw rocks in Atzira Kabalia and in the area of Beit Omar village in South Hebron.

Police raised their level of alert and were concentrating on preventing terror acts and “price tag” actions against Palestinian civilians.

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