“Imagine what the people of Gaza could do with the $100 million Iran gives Hamas annually that Hamas uses for weapons and tunnels to attack Israel!”
An emergency response team dispatched to investigate the alarm discovered an opening in the security fence.
The materials were discovered within a shipment of medical equipment en route to the Gaza Strip.
Seconds after the attempted ramming, the father tried to chase after the car and confront the driver, but to no avail.
Some 200 Arab rock-throwing rioters were involved in the violence that enveloped the Israeli man’s vehicle, which was completely incinerated.
Two different targets were attacked at the site, which serves as a Hamas military compound.
"We consider the Hamas terrorist organization solely responsible for whatever is happening in and out of the Gaza Strip," the official IDF statement said.
The driver was a resident of Bethlehem. He was arrested and transferred to security personnel for interrogation.
A search of the four suspects revealed they were carrying a cleaver, a knife, wire cutters and a grenade.
The Red Alert incoming rocket warning system did not activate although it's not clear why.
Hamas responded: “This decision will not deter us from continuing the resistance option to expel the occupation."
The suspect moved away, but an IDF officer managed to arrest him
IDF soldiers and Border Guard Police officers who arrived at the scene pushed the attackers back towards their village.
The protesters shoved their way past security personnel at the entrance to the building and physically expelled the Americans from the building.
In the early 1990s, he was Hamas' chief envoy to Iran, before returning to the Gaza Strip in 2012 after a 20-year exile.
“Gaza needs options besides Hamas and its enablers. Time to stop pouring money into violence and hatred...”
Although stone-throwing seems innocuous, the rocks are large, with sharp edges and hurled with deadly force at high velocity, aimed to kill.
The suspects are accused of involvement in terrorist activities and violence aimed at civilians and security personnel.
The six bottles, filled with sharp screws as well as gasoline and stuffed with rags, were discovered where one of the two terrorists was captured.
UAWC has embarked on an operation to take over thousands of acres in strategic areas in Judea and Samaria under Israeli control, through planting thousands of trees.
Efrat's rapid-response counter-terrorist unit was immediately mobilized when the suspect began to approach the town.
Video from the capture of one of the attempted infiltrators into Itamar.
Residents in Itamar were warned to remain in the community while soldiers searched for the second suspect.
"The proposed decision prepared by the defense minister to regulate Havat Gilad farm is ready, and the Attorney General has already approved it. All that was left was to bring it to a vote in the cabinet."
All of the IEDs were detonated in controlled explosions, with no injuries reported. The road was closed most of the day.