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March 17, 2013 2:54 pm

Two-Year-Old Injured by Palestinian Rock Throwers Remains in Serious Condition

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Adele Bitton. Photo: Israel Matzav.

The two-year-old girl injured in an Arab rock-throwing attack last week remains in critical condition.

Adele Bitton (some reports list her at 3 years of age) suffered serious injuries when several Palestinian Arab men threw stones at passing cars Thursday night in the West Bank, causing one to swerve into the Bitton’s car.

Adele’s mother, Adva Bitton, told Army Radio that it was a “real miracle” that any of her family survived the attack. “Whoever has seen the pictures [from the scene] can testify that [survival] was not at all clear,” she said.

Regarding Adele, who has undergone two emergency head operations since the attack, Adva said: “I am here with her all the time, talking to her, caressing her. We believe in the Holy One, Blessed be He. For Him, it would take no effort to save her.”

Overnight Friday IDF forces arrested ten Palestinian Arab men in conjunction with the incident.

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  • Mario Salvatore MANCA di VILLAHERMOSA

    No comment. I am fully angry against the unhonest Palestinian politics.
    Mario Salvatore Manca di Villahermosa

  • zs

    What are her and moms full names for Tehillim?

  • Need to shoot back! It will continue until we do that.

    • jerry hersch

      Should I consider shooting the next Haredi stone thrower ??

  • robin benoff

    these terrorists are expected to sit at a peace table and not want to destroy every jewish child? How does one naively conjecture that such deviant people want peace that allows a jewish state to grow and flourish? never is it possible as long as a Jewish right to exist and grow is not accepted and respected.