Palestinian wounded by IDF gunfire near Bethlehem

IDF soldiers on Saturday night fired at two Palestinians who were spotted near the village of Tsurif southwest of Bethlehem while trying to hurl a Mol

By ARIEH O'SULLIVAN
October 22, 2005 20:55

 
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IDF soldiers on Saturday night fired at two Palestinians who were spotted near the village of Tsurif southwest of Bethlehem while trying to hurl a Molotov cocktail bomb. One of the Palestinians was lightly wounded and evacuated to an Israeli hospital, the second managed to flee. While searching the area, troops uncovered two more Molotov cocktail bombs.



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