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3 kids, woman hurt in stone-throwing attack in northern West Bank

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

This handout photo shows the broken windshield on a car that was truck in an alleged Palestinian stone-throwing attack in the northern West Bank, February 23, 2023. (Courtesy)
This handout photo shows the broken windshield on a car that was truck in an alleged Palestinian stone-throwing attack in the northern West Bank, February 23, 2023. (Courtesy)

Three young children are lightly hurt in an alleged stone-throwing attack by Palestinians in the West Bank, medics say.

The Magen David Adom ambulance service says it received a call from an Israeli woman who came under a stone-throwing attack near the West Bank town of Huwara.

She continued driving until Tapuah junction, where she met up with medics.

MDA says three children in the car, aged 2, 5, and 6 are lightly hurt and are being taken to a hospital for further treatment. It adds that the driver, 26, was also lightly hurt.

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