Artillery Shell Lands in Golan Heights, No Injuries

YERUSHALAYIM -

A stray artillery shell from the fighting taking place on the Syrian Golan Heights not far from the Israeli border landed in Israeli territory on Wednesday.

It exploded in an open area, and b’chasdei shamayim, no injuries were reported.

In two separate incidents that occurred Wednesday afternoon on the Husan bypass road in Gush Etzion, two Israeli women were lightly injured by rocks thrown at their vehicles. They suffered injuries from glass fragments from windshields shattered by the rocks and were taken to Shaarei Tzedek Hospital in Yerushalayim.

Overnight Tuesday, Israeli security forces arrested seven Palestinians wanted for their involvement in terrorist activities and street disorders.