Settlers to protest stoning attack by marching to Hawara

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April 2, 2010 12:35

 
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Samaria settlers were planning to hold a protest march to the Palestinian village of Hawara on Friday afternoon in response to Thursday’s attack in which a Yitzhar man was seriously wounded when his car was pelted with stones. 

“Now it’s just stones, but in the future it’s likely to lead to even more dangerous attacks against those passing the village,” one of protest’s organizers told Army Radio.

The casualty in Thursday's incident underwent skull surgery Friday morning at Petah Tikva’s Beilinson Hospital. Following the operation, he was still listed in serious condition.

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