Hebron, MINA — A father and his son were injured on Saturday after they were attacked by extremist Israeli settlers in Tell Rumeida neighborhood in Hebron city, in the southern West Bank, said WAFA correspondent.
Dozens of Jewish settlers from the illegal settlements of Ramat Yeshai and Beit Hadasa attacked many homes in Tell Rumeida and Shuhadaa Street in the city, terrorized their residents and pelted rocks at them.
A local citizen, Emad Abu Shamseya and his son, Saleh, 12 years old, were injured in the foot and hand respectively after being pelted by rocks.
Last month, a 48-year-old Palestinian mother of eight was killed when Israeli settlers threw rocks at the car she was in with her husband south of Nablus.
The woman, Aisha Muhammad Rabi, was hit in the head by a stone thrown at the car she was in on a road south of Nablus. Her husband was moderately injured. (T/RS5/RS1)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)