Two zionist settlers injured after car stoned in W. Bank
Two zionist settlers were reportedly wounded on Tuesday evening when their car was pelted with stones on a road near Husan town in Bethlehem, south of the occupied West Bank.
According to the Hebrew website 0404, the settlers suffered different physical injuries and were evacuated to an Israeli hospital.
Later, the Israeli occupation forces launched a manhunt for the stone throwers in the area.
Every once in a while, local young men in the West Bank threw stones at Israeli civilian and military cars as well as settlements in response to daily violations committed against the Palestinians and their property by settlers and the Israeli army.