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The attacks are escalating barely 48 hours before Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas is set to address the United Nations Security Council in New York.
Although stone-throwing seems innocuous, the rocks are large, with sharp edges and hurled with deadly force at high velocity, aimed to kill.
Terrorists attacked Israeli motorists at mid-afternoon on the road in Judea as well, damaging a number of vehicles belonging to both Jews and at least one Israeli Arab.
Miraculously, no one was physically injured in any of the attacks all day long.
The attack was filmed on camera.
One IDF soldier was hit with a stone in his face and broke two teeth. He was evacuated to hospital.
The windshield of the bus was smashed directly in front of the driver's face. Miraculously, he was able to keep driving till he reached safety.
Most of the attacks are targeting Israelis and Jews in Jerusalem.
Halfway through the funeral proceedings, Arab protesters suddenly raised their hands high with a Palestinian Authority flag.
There's no information about damage to one of the vehicles, and a small fire was started after a firebombing.
At least two vehicles were damaged in Arab terrorist stoning attacks, leading to smashed windshields.
Stoning attacks can be traumatic, even when the rocks miss their targets and the would-be victims escape "unscathed."
"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."
The demonstration was organization by the Mayor of Beitar Illit, Rabbi Meir Rubinstein.
Arab attacks have become so frequent on the Husan bypass road that the artery is referred to as "Terror Road."
PA's Abbas told French Pres. Hollande, "If the colonization continues, I would have no other choice; it would not be my fault."
Numerous Israeli drivers came under stoning attacks but none were physically injured though several escaped with damaged cars.