Three Israelis injured in East al-Quds fire bomb attack
At least three Israelis have been injured after a fire bomb was thrown at a car in East al-Quds (Jerusalem).
The incident took place on Monday night when unidentified attackers targeted a moving car with a Molotov cocktail in the occupied East al-Quds neighborhood of Beit Hanina.
The car was reportedly driven by a woman who was injured in the attack and lost control of the vehicle. The woman, who was accompanied by her husband, left the car after the fire bomb was thrown, but it kept on moving and hit a pedestrian.
Reports say that a third person, who was trying to extinguish the fire, was also injured.
The injured were taken to hospital with minor injuries.
Israeli officials have reportedly launched an investigation into the attack.