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Smashed windshield in stoning attack, Feb. 2017

Israeli drivers were once again targeted Sunday night on the Husan bypass road in Judea, a highway dubbed by locals this past year as “Terror Road.”

At least two vehicles were damaged in Arab terrorist attacks, according to Moked 443, both on the segment of Highway 375 known as the Husan Bypass.


Windshields were smashed in both cases as the vehicles came under a hail of rocks in stoning attacks carried out not far from the Jewish community of Beitar Illit, just a few minutes south of Jerusalem.

There was no information available on whether any physical injuries resulted from the attacks.