Settlers clash with Palestinians near Ramallah

May 1, 2013 10:20


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Dozens of settlers entered a Palestinian village near Ramallah overnight Tuesday spraying the words "Tag Mehir" (Price Tag) on a wall of a house in the village.

Clashes subequently broke out between dozens of settlers and Palestinian residents of the village Baytillu, and five vehicles were damaged by rock throwing.

Authorities dispersed the confrontation apprehending ten settlers for investigation. One settler was lightly injured.

The clash occurred following a terror attack earlier Tuesday at Tapuah Junction that left Israeli citizen Evyatar Borovsky dead.  

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