A firebomb was thrown at Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem on Wednesday night. The bomb partially burst into flames outside the hospital. Miraculously no one was hurt and no damage was caused to the hospital buildings.
Police are uncertain as to what the motive was behind the bomb, but believe the suspected perpetrators to be Muslim Arabs who live nearby. The target is a strange one for Muslims to attack as many Muslim Arabs are patients at the hospital and many also work there.
In an unrelated incident, Terrorists threw three firebombs at a Jewish bus driving down Highway 60 just south of Karmei Tzur, near the Palestinian city of Halhul. No injuries or damage were reported.
(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)