No one was physically injured in the attack, according to the report, but the windshield of the bus was damaged.
Some 30 Arab teens and young adults also attacked IDF soldiers in the area of Jelazoun, hurling rocks and other items at the troops.
“The defendant embarked on a killing spree which he had planned for some time. He injured four Jews simply for being Jews.”
Two Palestinian Authority teen terrorists were caught trying to smuggle three homemade bombs into the court house.
The perpetrator turned himself in to Palestinian Authority authorities, claiming the incident was an accident.
Attention to detail and an alert stance saved lives in Samaria, where pipe bombs threatened Jews.
No physical injuries were reported in the attack, according to United Hatzolah of Judea and Samaria.
The worshipers came under a hail of rocks as they entered the tomb, as did the IDF soldiers who were escorting them.
Arson terror attacks by Palestinian Authority Arabs in both Judea and Samaria have been ongoing and increasing over the past several months.
Miraculously, the bottle filled with kerosene, ready to ignite, cracked as expected but did not explode.
Arab terrorists hurled stones at the vehicle, smashing the windshield, at around 3:30 am.
Security personnel began arresting suspects and searching the village, a suburb of the Palestinian Authority capital city of Ramallah in Samaria.
A resident of Adam, the victim was stabbed after he discovered the terrorist, who had infiltrated through the security fence.
A decision was made to deploy two additional infantry battalions to the region.
Emergency forces are still in the community, and the IDF is increasing its forces in the area.
"This was a response to Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people," Hamas claims.
Three people were injured. The terrorist was killed.
At least four terrorists have been killed according to local sources.
A search was initiated to track down the terrorists.
Israeli forces were deployed to the site to extinguish the blaze.
The IDF has also reinforced its Iron Dome aerial defense batteries in the area of Gush Dan in central Israel and in southern Israel.
A Gaza terrorist threw a live grenade at the officer while trying to cross the security fence into Israeli territory, the IDF said.
Israel Police immediately closed down the area and summoned the bomb squad.
An armed terrorist was also captured while infiltrating through the border fence. He was turned over for interrogation.
It's not clear how many terrorists were attempting to infiltrate into Israeli territory.