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Thursday News Briefs from Eretz Yisrael


Five IDF soldiers were injured lightly by rocks hurled at them by Arabs at Bilin on Wednesday night. They did not require hospitalization.


A kindergarten teacher form the Afula area was questioned by police after a 4-year-old girl was forgotten and locked in the building at the end of class on Wednesday.


A 2-month-old girl was left in a locked car in Ashdod this morning. B”H she was conscious and alert when she was rescued from the vehicle. The mother told police she was only in the vehicle for ten minutes.


Ichud Hatzalah: CPR is being done on a 6-month-old child in a Ramot daycare facilty.


Thousands of mispallalim were on hand for a Wednesday night kenos tefilla in Betar Illit on behalf of Maran HaGaon HaRav Chaim Ovadia Yosef Shlita. Prominent Sephardi rabbonim attended the event along with the local rabbonim of course.


Arabs in the Southern Hebron Hills area blame residents of Sussia for uprooting 50 olive trees ahead of harvest season. Rabbis for Human Rights representatives’ are on the scene to assist the PA (Palestinian Authority) residents.

(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)

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