Monday is proving to be a busy day for Arab rioters and terrorists throughout Judea and Samaria. It is believed that some of the riots are due to the financial upset with the Palestinian Authority.
Arab terrorist threw a firebomb at IDF soldiers in Hebron. IDF shot and wounded the terrorist.
Benjamin: Jilazun refugee camp near Beit El: 100 Arabs rioted, burned tires and threw stones at the soldiers. IDF forces responded with tear gas.
Nabi Saleh: 30 Palestinians rioted, burning tires, throwing stones, of tear gas grenades and improvised grenades at IDF soldiers.
Benjamin Junction near Neve Tzuf: Rioting from the village of Nabi Saleh. About 60 rioters threw stones at Israeli vehicles traveling on the road and at IDF forces. Route closed to traffic for several minutes due to disturbances. IDF forces responded and repelled the attackers. Stones hit passenger cars on the road. A large forces IDF is now ensuring the road is open to traffic.
Birzeit: Dozens of rioters threw stones at an IDF pillbox, as well as gas grenade at IDF forces. The IDF responded.
Shomron: Hawara: Villager threw stones at a school bus carrying children. No injuries, but the bus was damaged.
Jit junction near Kedumim: Bus was pelted with stones. Damage to windows.
Route 55 near the Karni Shomron rioters threw stones at Israeli vehicles.
Judea: Terrorists blocked the road with stones and burning tires next to the settlement of Ma’ale Hever near Hebron.
Zif junction: Massive stone throwing at Israeli vehicles, no casualties but vehicles damages.
Hebron: IDF soldier very lightly injured by a stone to the face. Soldier was treated on the spot, and then transferred to the hospital due to the proximity of the strike to his eye.
The inspectors at the Cave of the Patriarchs found a tourist carrying a a stun grenade. The tourist was detained by security forces.
At the T-junction between Tekoa and Efrat, rioters blocked the road. They threw stones and burned tires. IDF forces are in place.
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