Israeli girl seriously wounded in WBank firebomb attack

A Palestinian protester throws a stone towards Israeli security forces during clashes in the West Bank village of Bilin, on July 28, 2014An Israeli man and his 11-year-old daughter were wounded Thursday when assailants threw a firebomb at their vehicle in the northern West Bank, the army said. A military spokeswoman told AFP the assailants, believed to be Palestinians, threw a Molotov cocktail at the car near the Maale Shomron settlement. The car caught fire and the 11-year-old girl was seriously wounded while her father was slightly hurt in the attack, the spokeswoman said. Housing Minister Uri Ariel of the far right Jewish Home party called on the army to retaliate to firebombs as it does to attacks from the Gaza Strip.

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