School bus with children shot on cross West-Bank Route 465

The shooting follows massive stone throwing by Palestinians on Israeli cars in Gush Etzion at the West Bank.

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March 26, 2019 16:08
School bus with children shot on cross West-Bank Route 465

Schoolbus shot at, allegedly by Palestinians . (photo credit: INBAL REUVENI/ TPS)

 
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A school bus carrying children was subjected to heavy fire on cross West-Bank Route 465 on Tuesday as the bus was driving near the Palestinian town of Deir Nidham.No children were hurt.

The shooting follows massive stone throwing by Palestinians on Israeli cars in Gush Etzion at the West Bank.

The stone throwing is alleged to come from the high-school in Tuqu’, which is near the Jewish town of Tekoa.

Jewish residents are currently protesting outside Tuqu’ and demand the school principle will end the stone throwing.

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