Israeli Motorist Injured in Rock-Throwing, Ambulance Attacked Near Chevron

YERUSHALAYIM -

An Israeli motorist was injured in a rock-throwing incident as she drove between Kfar Loban and Beit Aryeh. The vehicle’s windshields were shattered, and the injured woman was taken to hospital for treatment.

The attackers fled the scene before security forces could arrive to arrest them.

Stones were thrown at a Magen Dovid Adom ambulance as it traveled between Kiryat Arba and Chevron. The ambulance was damaged but, b’chasdei Shamayim, no one was hurt.

Rocks were thrown at homes in Har Adar on the outskirts of Yerushalayim on Wednesday afternoon by terrorists from the adjacent village of Katna. It was the third such incident at that location in the last week.

Other rock-throwing and firebombing incidents took place on Wednesday near Michmash, Ofra, Maalei Adumim, and three different locations in Gush Etzion. No injuries were reported.

Palestinian rioting was reported outside Beit El and in Har Chevron. IDF and Border Police dispersed the rioters.