ISRAEL AT WAR - DAY 148

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Israeli ambulance stoned in East Jerusalem

No injuries reported; four policemen hurt in rock-throwing incident in Abu Tor neighborhood

Lazar Berman is The Times of Israel's diplomatic reporter

Illustrative photo of an ambulance in Tel Aviv (photo credit: Joshua Davidovich/The Times of Israel)
Illustrative photo of an ambulance in Tel Aviv (photo credit: Joshua Davidovich/The Times of Israel)

Arab residents threw stones at a Magen David Adom ambulance in East Jerusalem Monday night. The vehicle’s window was damaged, Walla reported.

No injuries were reported.

Earlier Monday, four policemen were lightly injured by stone-throwers in Jerusalem’s Abu Tor neighborhood when they attempted to arrest a man suspected of setting fire to a car.

In late July, 15 Israelis were injured in Jerusalem in two separate stone-throwing incidents near the Old City, including a family of 12 who suffered injuries near Damascus Gate.

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