Israeli bus hit by Molotov cocktail in West Bank

No injuries reported; IDF scouring area for culprits; incident occurred southwest of Nablus

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A firebomb was hurled at an Israeli bus traveling southwest of Nablus, near the village of Madama, on Thursday. No passengers were injured in the attack, but the bus sustained damage.

IDF forces were searching the area for the assailants.

On January 9, Palestinians threw three Molotov cocktails at an Israeli bus traveling through the southern West Bank.

That incident took place near the Palestinian town of Halhul on Route 60, leading from Gush Etzion to Hebron.

Earlier in January, Palestinians threw four Molotov cocktails and stones at Israeli vehicles south of Jerusalem. No injuries were reported, but damaged was inflicted to one of the cars. The incidents took place near the West Bank village of Husan, west of Bethlehem.

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