Terrorist attacks leave 5 Israelis injured
At least five Israelis suffered minor injuries in Palestinian terrorist attacks in the Jerusalem district and Gush Etzion, the West Bank, on voting day Tuesday. A motorcyclist shot at a Border Guard patrol near the Kalandia refugee camp in north Jerusalem and got away. No one was hurt. There were two rock-throwing incidents around Jerusalem’s Temple Mount and Beit Hanina – the latter against a passing bus. Four passengers were hurt, including a baby. At the Gush Etzion junction, a Palestinian drove a car at high speed at a group of soldiers, injuring one. The driver got away and is being sought.