In a chilling assault Israel National News reports took place in Samaria on Wednesday, Arabs allegedly threw rocks at an Israeli car, injuring the face of a 20-month-old girl who was in the back seat.
The child was reportedly treated on the scene by medics with the Samaria Regional Authority (SRA) and later brought to a hospital.
SRA official Gershon Mesika said, "The 'men of peace' of the Palestinian murder authority provide yet more proof, to those who still need it, as to just whom we are facing. We face low life terrorists who try to murder babies."
An Israeli citizen was lightly wounded from rocks hurled by Arabs as he drove near Halhoul. Three Arabs were arrested Wednesday afternoon in confrontations with security forces near the Kalandiya checkpoint. Earlier, they threw rocks at IDF forces and burned tires.
Several dozen Arabs threw rocks at Border Policemen near Har Adar, not far from Jerusalem. No one was hurt. The policemen used riot dispersal gear to scatter the rioters.
INN does not divulge wether the culprits have been tracked down.
Below is footage provided by INN of the mother and child in the aftermath of the attack speaking to Israeli authorities. From the looks of the pictures and video, the child, while clearly having sustained face trauma, remained calm in her mother's arms: