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"If you know of a specific person injured by stones thrown by our young people, contact us and we will try to compensate for this."
Arab road terror is continuing; multiple attacks against Israeli public buses left wounded Israelis and damaged vehicles.
The vigil is in response to the sharp increase in the past few weeks of stone throwing by Arabs on the road in eastern Gush Etzion.
Arab attacks have become so frequent on the Husan bypass road that the artery is referred to as "Terror Road."
The stoning attacks begin in the late afternoon, as people start driving home from work, and leaving home to go out at night.
A number of cars were damaged in this attack, and the attack on Friday.
The tragic yet inspiring story of the 35 young soldiers who gave their lives in January 1948 trying to bring much needed supplies to the kibbutzim in the besieged Etzion Bloc south of Jerusalem.
Had the "Lamed Heh" (35 in Hebrew) made it to the Gush, the entire area south of Jerusalem that ended up under Jordanian occupation for 19 years could have remained intact as part of the new Jewish State.
Minister Katz calls to renew a proposal that connects the communities of Greater Jerusalem to Jerusalem itself.
Numerous stoning attacks targeted Israeli civilians and bus drivers in Judea, Samaria and parts of Jerusalem.
Terrorists attacked an Israeli bus as it traveled along Highway 60 past the Palestinian Authority town of El Aroub.
'Our answer to the great darkness emanating from the UN is to increase the light.'
The Netiv HaAvot neighborhood of Elazar was built in 2001 on land which was later claimed–with the urging and support of Peace Now–by the Mussa family of al-Khader, near Bethlehem.