Taxi Driver Lightly Wounded in a Shooting Attack in West Bank

The Israeli army is still searching for the shooters who shot at the taxi and a bus that was driving near the Elon Moreh West Bank settlement

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The taxi that got shot at on Sunday.
The taxi that got shot at on Sunday.
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Hagar Shezaf

A 40-year-old taxi driver was lightly wounded on Sunday morning in a shooting attack near the Elon Moreh West Bank settlement.

According to the IDF spokesperson, the shooting took place on the road located between the settlement and the Palestinian town of Beit Furikwas and aimed both the taxi and a bus. The windshields of the vehicles were damaged. The army is still searching for the shooters.

Yesterday, an 18-year-old Palestinian was shot to death by a Border Police force in the town of Al-Azaria, east of Jerusalem.

Border Police said that the young man was shot after trying to throw a Molotov cocktail at the forces during clashes that broke out in the area.

It was also reported that the Palestinians threw stones, explosive devices and Molotov cocktails at the forces, who responded with crowd-control weapons. According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, the deceased is Faiz Khaled Dumdum.



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