Settler Woman, Her Children, Injured In The West Bank
Israeli Ynet News reported Thursday that a settler woman and her 3-year-old toddler have been injured after a number of Palestinians hurled stones at settlers vehicles driving on Route 5 that connects Tel Aviv with the Ariel illegal settlement in the northern part of the occupied West Bank.
The Ynet said that the woman’s car crashed after stones were hurled at her car; the woman, 40, and two of her daughters (ages 4 and 5) were moderately injured, while here three-year-old toddler was critically wounded.
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