Israeli woman and her daughter extracted from Palestinian village
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Israeli woman and her daughter extracted from Palestinian village

The two accidentally drive into Eizariya, east of Jerusalem, are returned to Israel by Palestinian police

A view of the Palestinian town of Eizariya, November 27, 2017 (Yaniv Nadav/Flash90)
A view of the Palestinian town of Eizariya, November 27, 2017 (Yaniv Nadav/Flash90)

An Israeli woman and her daughter drove into a Palestinian town on Saturday and were extracted by Palestinian police.

The two, residents of Jerusalem, inadvertently entered the village of Eizariya, just east of the capital, the Walla news site reported.

Upon realizing where they were, they called the police, which coordinated their extraction by Palestinian security forces, the report said.

Eizariya is considered part of the West Bank’s Area B, a territory designated by the Oslo Accords as under Palestinian civilian control.

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