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Another Palestinian Child Run Over in Hebron

By Alessandra Bajec – IMEMC & Agencies – March 01, 2011

An Israeli settler hit a Palestinian boy with his car in Hebron, on Monday evening, Ma’an News Agency reported.

Residents of the Old City of Hebron witnessed having seen a settler injuring a child with his car and driving away from the street outside the Ibrahimi Mosque, in the Israeli controlled area of the city.

The boy was taken to the al-Mizan Hospital to receive treatment. Medics said the youth sustained moderate wounds.

Officials with Israel’s settlement police force were not available to comment on the incident.

Earlier on Sunday, a Palestinian girl, named Amani al-Mutawer, was also wounded after being knocked down by an Israeli settler driving near the Beit Ainoun bypass road, north of Hebron.

There have been similar incidents concerning dozens of Palestinians injured while the alleged settlers remain at large; and most of them are never arrested.

March 1, 2011 - Posted by | Aletho News

1 Comment

  1. Looks ominously like there is Zionist-Terrorist Conspiracy aimed at the children of Palestine by illegal occupants with a genocidal mindset. A “hit-and-run” epidemic by Zionist will serve only to prove they must be expelled en mass, and the so-called ‘”Facts on the Ground'” does not change International Law or the conscience of the world, that is only being blocked at the UN by the US as payback for campaign donations (bribes) and a propaganda press perpetrating dishonest reporting and censorship of the truth that AIPAC to site one glaring despicable example!

    Where are the outraged Israelis at the excesses of brutality, repression, and murder of Palestinians? What moral support, or material for that matter can such a people honestly expect to endure much longer, when government are falling all over the Middle East!? Is not Netanyahu as his Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Avigdor Liberman?

    Comment by Bill Mitchell | March 1, 2011

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