Palestinian stonethrowers attack Jerusalem highway

Thursday, May 20, 2010 |  Israel Today Staff

Palestinian Arab stone throwers attacked Jewish motorists on the 443 highway that connects northern Jerusalem to Tel Aviv on Wednesday.

Several vehicles were damaged in the attacks, but miraculously, there were no injuries.

Israel's Supreme Court recently bowed to left-wing pressure and ordered 443 reopened to Palestinian traffic, a move local Israelis fear will result in the return of regular terrorist attacks on the highway. The Israeli army is scheduled to execute the court's order next week.

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