Tuesday, June 30
Latest News
  1. Kerry says 'too soon' to tell if Iran deal sealed
  2. Bomb targets Egypt state prosecutor convoy in Cairo
  3. UAE woman 'sentenced to death for killing US teacher'
  4. Tunisia to boost security, arm tourist police after attack
  5. Family pleads for American's release on margins of Iran talks
  6. Iran judiciary chief undercuts president over concerts
  7. Monitor: Syria rebel attack on Damascus kills 4
  8. Libya rivals closer to deal after first face-to-face meet
  9. Solar Impulse takes off on delayed Pacific flight
  10. Tsipras announces temporarily bank closure, capital controls
  11. EU: All sides showing 'political will' for Iran deal
  12. Rockets from Yemen kill Saudi border guard
  13. Iraq announces arrest of senior Saddam-era official
  14. Report: Australian IS fighter 'still alive' after drone strike
  15. Kuwait Shiite mosque bomber was Saudi national
  16. Media: Iran FM returning to Tehran from nuclear talks
  17. Tunisia to ramp up security after beach attack
  18. Britain says no Iran deal 'better than a bad deal'
  19. Varoufakis says 'Merkel holds key' to Greek crisis
  20. PM: Iraq forces made 'unauthorized' withdrawal from Ramadi

Israelis attack 2 Palestinians in Jerusalem area

July 1, 2014 3:44 P.M. (Updated: July 4, 2014 10:02 A.M.)
JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Israelis assaulted two Palestinians in west Jerusalem on Tuesday in suspected racist attacks following the announcement that the bodies of three missing Israeli teens were found a day earlier, family said.

Khalid Atiyeh, 24, was attacked by dozens of Israelis while working in a restaurant in the Pisgat Zeev settlement, his father told Ma'an.

The attackers broke into the restaurant chanting "Death to Arabs!" before assaulting Atiyeh with clubs and stones. Israeli forces intervened and forced the assailants back, but Atiyeh was followed by a group of Israelis while reporting to a nearby police station.

A police spokesman told Ma'an he was not familiar with the incident.

Meanwhile, a 17-year-old Israeli attacked a Palestinian taxi driver with pepper spray late Monday, Israeli police spokeswoman Luba al-Samri said.

The youth was detained following the incident.

Racist anti-Palestinian graffiti was also found near the city of Beit Shemesh, Wafa reported.
Powered By: HTD Technologies
Ma'an News Agency
All rights reserved © 2005-2015