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Published Date: Saturday 13 October 2012 - 10:40:10
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Another Hit & Run Attack: Jewish settler runs over Palestinian child near Ibrahimi mosque

Another Hit & Run Attack: Jewish settler runs over Palestinian child near Ibrahimi mosque
World  - A Jewish settler ran over a Palestinian child near the gate of the Ibrahimi mosque in the Old City of Al-Khalil on Thursday morning then sped away.

European Phoenix -- Eyewitnesses said that 10-year-old Munketh Al-Jabari suffered injuries and bruises all over his body and was taken to Al-Khalil government hospital.

They said that the settler deliberately hit the child with his car, adding that the settler was from Kiryat Arba settlement.

Jewish settlers from Beit Hagai settlement, south of Al-Khalil, threw rocks at a Palestinian car a couple of days ago injuring its driver and breaking one of his ribs after his car turned on its side as a result of the attack.

News Code: 19762
Published Date: Saturday 13 October 2012 - 10:40:10
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