Jewish boy attacked by Arabs for his bicycle

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
March 4, 2007 16:54

 
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A 12-year-old Jewish boy was assaulted by three Arabs teens on Sunday while riding his bike in a central Jerusalem park, police said. The boy, Uriel Ben-Yosef, was attacked by three Arab teens who punched him in the stomach, threatened to kill him and then made off with his bicycle, his mother Esther Ben-Yosef said. The early-afternoon attack took place near the UN Compound on the edge of one of Jerusalem's promenades. The child did not require medical treatment for his injuries. Police were searching for the teenage attackers who fled the scene after the incident.


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