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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Five 'Palestinians' arrested in rock attack on toddler

Five 'Palestinian' teenagers have been arrested in connection with a brutal rock attack on a mother and her three daughters that left 3-year old Adele bat Adva in critical condition.
The IDF announced Sunday that the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) and police had arrested and elicited confessions from five Palestinian teenagers responsible for the stone throwing attack near Ariel on March 14 which injured seven Israelis, including a three-year-old girl who was critically wounded.
In the attack, a stone thrown at a vehicle on Route 5 near Kfar Haras in the West Bank, caused a woman to veer off the road into a truck. She was moderately injured as were two of her daughters, while her three-year-old toddler was left fighting for her life.


Security forces arrested 10 suspects in the immediate aftermath of the attack in an effort to find those responsible for the stone-throwing.
Five of the suspects, 16- and 17-year-old youths from Kfar Haras, were continuing to be investigated after having admitted to Shin Bet interrogators that they were involved in the attack.
They should be charged with four counts of attempted murder (at least) and be locked up for a long time. But they'll get a slap on the wrist if we are lucky.

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At 5:00 AM, Blogger Captain.H said...

"She remains hospitalized in serious condition at the Schneider Children’s Medical Center for Israel in Petah Tikva."

I pray that means little Adele is improving, as she had previously been described as being in critical condition? And her injured mom and sisters also?

Any other medical info, Carl?


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