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Four Hurt in Terror Attack

Terror has again struck the Holy Land in the form of a car-ramming attack. The Times of Israel reports that four Israeli students were injured at a bus stop on Thursday when a terrorist rammed them with his vehicle:

Four people were injured after a vehicle drove into a bus stop in the West Bank, in a possible terror attack Thursday afternoon.

The attack occurred outside the Alon Shvut settlement in the Etzon settlement bloc south of Jerusalem, at the site of a similar fatal attack in November.

The deputy head of the Etzion settlement bloc council Moshe Savil told Ynet news the driver came from the direction of nearby Kfar Etzion. “He crossed the highway and with great force struck a group of students who were waiting for the bus,” he said.

A suspect was arrested a short while later and was handed over to the Shin Bet security service for questioning. He is reported to be a Palestinian resident of Hebron.

One person was seriously injured, another moderately and two more lightly hurt in the incident, Israel Radio reported. All four were evacuated to a nearby Jerusalem hospital.

The victims are between 16 and 25 years old…

Tags: Israel , Terrorism

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