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Official: 2-year-old hurt as settlers raid village

Jan. 3, 2013 10:36 A.M. (Updated: Jan. 5, 2013 2:15 P.M.)
NABLUS (Ma’an) -- Israeli settlers attacked a northern West Bank village on Wednesday evening, leaving several Palestinians wounded, an official said.

Dozens of settlers entered Jalud village, south of Nablus, and pelted it with rocks, settlement monitoring official Ghassan Daghlas said.

Two-year-old Farah Nanseem was hit in the head, and his father and uncle were also hurt. Several villagers were evacuated to hospital with light to moderate wounds.

Several house and a car were damaged during the assault, Daghlas added.

The raid comes two days after another Nablus village, Qusra, was attacked by settlers, who uprooted more than 190 olive trees and were briefly detained by village security guards.
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