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Two Policewomen Injured in Molotov Cocktail Attack

Palestinian youth throwing firebombs (Photo: flickr/IDF)

Two Israeli Border Policewomen were injured yesterday, Yediot Achronot reports, when terrorists attacked them at their Jerusalem base with Molotov cocktails:

Two Border Policewomen were injured by two Molotov cocktails thrown at them near their base in Jerusalem on Wednesday. They were lightly injured due to a fire which broke out on the base as a result of the cocktails.

The attack happened on "Ofrit" base, located next to Hebrew University on Mt. Scopus. Security forces are searching for the suspect. The Border Policewomen were evacuated to Sha'are Tzedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem district firefighter's spokesman said that four firefighting units, including a water vehicle are working to put out a brush fire next to Ofrit base which started as a result of the Molotov cocktail attack on Mt. Scopus.

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