Morning terror attack in West Bank leaves two wounded

Share

A Palestinian rammed his auto into two people, including an elderly man, before getting shot while trying to stab soldiers at a central West Bank junction on Friday morning, the army said.

"A Palestinian ran into an Israeli in the [Jewish-only] Gush Etzion [settlement bloc] in the southern West Bank", Israeli military spokesman Avichai Adarai said in a statement.

Key Differences Between the OnePlus 5T & OnePlus 5
Chinese smartphone company OnePlus has finally launched its latest flagship smartphone OnePlus 5T at an event in NY . For all the RAM junkies, yes this one gives you colossal 6GB and 8GB RAM options with 64GB and 128 GB of storage .

The assailant then proceeded to the Efrat junction, where he ran over a 35-year-old man, who suffered a serious head injury and was evacuated to Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital in Jerusalem. The army subsequently closed the area, blocking all access to Palestinians.

He went on to assert that the soldiers had opened fire on the Palestinian, effectively "neutralizing" him.

Tesla Unveils Prototype Of Electric Big Rig Truck
By Tesla's calculation, the cost per mile for its all-electric Semi would be $1.26, compared with $1.51 for a diesel. Still, manufacturers are mostly focused on medium-duty trucks, not the heavy big rig market Tesla is after.

The two Israeli victims were taken to Jerusalem's Shaare Zedek Medical Center, MDA said.

Despite many such incidences of unprovoked attacks on Palestinian, a culture of impunity with the Israeli military means no one is held accountable.

Bittorrent VPN – Benefits of Using It
So if you are tired of receiving online advertisements of vacuum cleaners after you seek the one for your grandmother, use a VPN. When you connect your PC to a VPN server, a virtual encrypted tunnel is installed, providing for the security of your data.

There were no reports of Israeli soldiers injured, the army said. Amnesty International is among numerous human rights organisations that have condemned such policies, which impact families for years after an attack occurs.

Share