A terrorist threw a rock at the vehicle carrying the editor of the Hebrew-language daily B’Sheva on Monday night in northern Samaria, causing only minor injuries.
Emmanuel Shiloh, who was traveling with his wife, Idit, was hit in the face by the rock.
He kept going until he arrived at the Havat Gilad entrance in the Israeli outpost, where he was attended to by Magen David Adom emergency personnel.
Shiloh was subsequently taken to Meir Medical Center in Kfar Saba by the MDA first aid crew, where it was discovered that his jaw had been broken.
“Good morning from Kfar Saba’s Meir Hospital. I was transported here by ambulance the night before.
Shilo stated in a post from the hospital that while returning from a friend’s engagement party in Yitzhar, a wicked Arab terrorist hurled a rock at the car my wife and I were riding in, injuring me. My dear and courageous wife, who was driving with me and came with me here, says that I told her that I was hit by a rock and got hit hard, and that I continued to drive until Havat Gilad, where first IDF forces arrived and then a civilian ambulance from Yitzhar, which evacuated me here.
He continued, “I don’t exactly remember the details.
“Throwing rocks at moving cars is an act of attempted murder.
That is the way we need to look at it, Shiloh said. An Israeli male was hurt earlier on Monday when several Palestinians rioted close to the Homesh Jewish settlement in northern Samaria.
One of the rioters, who were from the neighboring Arab town of Burqa, struck the Homesh resident in the head with a stone.
He was taken to the hospital for medical attention.