Memorial plaque unveiled at site of Jerusalem attack
By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
A memorial plaque for the three Israelis killed on Jerusalem's central Jaffa Road in the first bulldozer attack in the city was unveiled Thursday, marking one year since the attack, the municipality said.
The July 2, 2008 attack, which also wounded dozens of passers-by, was the first of four city attacks carried out by Palestinians with a vehicle.
Scores of similar memorials to terror victims have gone up throughout the hard-hit capital over the past several years.
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