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11 Wounded in Esh Kodesh Shabbat Clashes (Video)

Following the disturbances, about 30 residents arrived from the entire Shilo area to Esh Kodesh.

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Photo Credit: Tazpit News Agency

Some 250 Palestinians rioted Saturday afternoon just outside the village of Esh Kodesh in the Benjamin region of Judea and Samaria. The rioters broke down the fences around the village’s vineyards causing heavy damage.

Following the disturbances, about 30 residents arrived from the entire Shilo area to Esh Kodesh, and at first had to push out the Arab rioters with hurdled stones. Shortly thereafter, the regional emergency squad was activated by the security forces, and its members fired in the air until the arrival of the IDF and the transfer of management of the incident to the military.

A representative of the Esh Kodesh settlement told Tazpit News Agency that 11 Jewish residents, including the chief security officer who was hit in the leg by a rock, were injured lightly during the Arabs’ violent riots and were treated on the spot. One settler who had sustained a head wound was evacuated by MDA to the hospital. The man was initially taken to Sharei Tzedek, but due to the severity of his head injury he was move to Haddasah Ein Karen,

Serious damage was caused to several vineyards, after rioters tore down the fences and struck the vines. A security vehicle windshield was smashed by a rock.

The Esh Kodesh fence and fields.

The Esh Kodesh fence and fields.. Photo: Tazpit.

 

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6 Responses to “11 Wounded in Esh Kodesh Shabbat Clashes (Video)”

  1. Valerie Knowles says:

    why are the IDF retreating?

  2. These Arabs are wild animals and should be treated as such. It's disgusting to see them treated with kid gloves.

  3. Ron Kall says:

    All arab/Israelis that attack Jewish Israelis should be immediately deportesd to a wonderful muslim country where they can be happy!

  4. Ron Kall says:

    All muslimarab Israelis that attack Jews should be immediately deportesd to a wonderful muslim country where they can live happily ever after!

  5. Keith David Reitman says:

    The video shows healthy and hefty young adults by the dozens throwing stones with great vigor from the highground. They are trying to kill and should be stopped by any means needed. And without delay.

  6. IDF should just shoot these PA.bastards.

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