A hareidi-religious man was hit in the head on Friday afternoon by rocks that were thrown at him as he was walking in Jerusalem, near the tomb of Shimon HaTzaddik.
The Ichud Hatzalah volunteer paramedic organization said that the man is a yeshiva student who returned from prayers when he was hit in the head. He ran to a nearby gas station where he was treated Ichud Hatzalah paramedics. He is in light to moderate condition.
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