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Two injured in Jerusalem firebomb attack on moving car

Aug. 3, 2015 9:12 P.M. (Updated: Aug. 3, 2015 9:12 P.M.)
A 27-year-old woman and another man were injured in a firebomb attack in Beit Hanina, East Jerusalem (Photo from Twitter)
Unknown attackers threw a firebomb at a moving car in the occupied East Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Hanina Monday evening, injuring two, Israeli media reported.

The attackers threw a Molotov cocktail at a car driven by a 27-year-old Israeli woman, who then lost control of the vehicle and hit another car, injuring a second driver.

The 27-year-old suffers from first and second degree burns on 15 percent of her body, Israeli media reported, while the man driving the second car was lightly injured.

Both have been taken to the hospital.

An Israeli police spokesperson did not immediately respond for comment.
Colin Wright / USA
Jews are still ahead. This doesn't even come close to matching barbecued baby.
03/08/2015 21:44
spb / us
and they you cry when after hundreds of attacks like that a crazy Israel return in kind.
Let Israel go to security council and demand condemnation of PA supporting 000s or murderous attacks against Israelis
03/08/2015 22:08
israel / israel
Unknown attackers ???
03/08/2015 23:35
how is throwing Molotov cocktail / at cars DIFFERNT
from pure murder?
04/08/2015 07:10
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