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We got Stoned

Zachary Kessin (1372) writes | more than 9 years ago

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My wife and I were taking the bus from Jerusalem home last night, after having dinner with a friend in town. As we were passing by Rammalah the bus got stoned. Two rocks hit the right side of the bus. One hit right where my wife was sitting and the other hid the rear door which was right behind her.

My wife and I were taking the bus from Jerusalem home last night, after having dinner with a friend in town. As we were passing by Rammalah the bus got stoned. Two rocks hit the right side of the bus. One hit right where my wife was sitting and the other hid the rear door which was right behind her.

Thankfully the bus is armored so all it did was create a few nice dents in the side of the bus. Right after it happened all the soldiers on the bus (3 or 4 of them) loading their rifles. Nothing more happened and the bus proced on its route and dropped us off at home.

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