Shoe-throwing has turned into a symbol of protest worldwide.
Iraqi protestors holding shoes demand the US forces to
leave their country.
The protesters shouted 'murderers' before throwing the objects including books, condemning Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip.
The envoy was not injured as the shoe only 'brushed' his leg and the books did not hit him, AP reported.
Two suspects were arrested following the incident but they were consequently released.
The Israeli envoy is the third target of shoe-hurling, as the move has turned into a symbol of protest worldwide.
In December, Muntadhar al-Zaidi, the Iraqi journalist threw a pair of shoes at George Bush at a press conference in Baghdad.
The second shoe victim was the Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao when he was making a speech at the Cambridge University on Monday.