Jewish baby injured in stone-throwing attack on Israeli bus

Arab terrorists hurl rocks at Israeli bus south of Jerusalem, injuring one-year-old boy.

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David Rosenberg,

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A one-year-old Israeli child was injured Sunday when Arab stone-throwers attacked a passenger bus driving through Judea, south of Jerusalem.

The terrorists attacked several Israeli vehicles near the Jewish town of Karmei Tzur, off Route 60 at the southern edge of the Gush Etzion bloc.

One of the vehicles targeted was a Gush Etzion Regional Council bus, in which the one-year-old boy and his family were travelling.

A rock thrown by one of the terrorists smashed through one of the bus’ windows and struck the child, injuring him.

Emergency medical responders treated the boy at the scene, then evacuated him to Shaarei Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem. He is listed in light condition.








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