Settler leader runs over rock throwing youths in e. J'lem

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October 8, 2010 17:20

 
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The head of an organization that promotes Jewish settlement in east Jerusalem ran over two Palestinian youths who were throwing rocks at his vehicle on Friday.

David Be'eri of the Elad organization turned himself into the police following the incident and was being questioned about the circumstances of the event.

The two youths were admitted to Mokassed Hospital in east Jerusalem.

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