Eleven years after Jewish baby Shalhevet Pass was shot to death by a Palestinian sniper in Hebron, her 10-year-old sister Nachala was lightly injured Tuesday afternoon when Palestinians hurled stones at a playground in the West Bank city's Avraham Avinu neighborhood.
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Two other children sustained mild injuries in the rock attack, which was carried out by Palestinians who arrived from the Casbah in Hebron.
Paramedics treated the injured children at the scene.
Residents of the Jewish settlement in Hebron said Palestinians routinely throw stones at children in the playground.
Following the incident, some of the settlers entered the Casbah, but IDF forces were alerted to the scene to prevent any altercations.