Tuesday Morning News Briefs from Eretz Yisrael


Authorities on Monday reported 10 Arab vehicles in Chevron were damaged by Jews in response to the removal of outposts in Shomron earlier in the day. The response is reportedly part of Operation Price Tag, a retaliatory policy to actions by the government against outposts.

**Jews throw rocks at an Arab vehicle near Kedumim in Shomron on Monday night. No injuries. Four youths were arrested. They also threw rocks at soldiers sent to the area. One soldier was lightly injured.

**3 people lightly injured when a decorative ceiling in the Ramat Aviv Shopping Mall collapsed on Monday evening.

**50 branches of Bank HoAtzar were closed as of 4:00PM Monday due to a labor union wildcat strike.

**Rotter on Monday night quoting Arab media sources reported IDF armored vehicles took up position in the Mt. Dov area of the northern border.

**IDF medical personnel responded to an accident in Chevron Hills area. A tractor fell into a ravine. Two people were moderately injured. The third, a young Arab child, was pronounced dead on the scene by an IDF physician.

**UN envoy to Lebanon Michael Williams accuses Israel for violating Lebanese airspace.

**Israel Ambassador to Washington Dr. Michael Oren presented his credentials to President Barak Obama.

(Yechiel Spira – YWN Israel)