Settlers Attack, Wound, Two Children Near Nablus
Palestinian medical sources reported Thursday [March 20, 2014] that two children were injured after a number of Israeli settlers attacked them near Beit Furik village, east of the northern West Bank city of Nablus.
The sources said the two children, Mos’ab Fuad Khataba, 11, and Amir Mohammad Saleh, 11, suffered moderate injuries, due to the attack which took place on Palestinian land close to the illegal Itamar settlement.
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