Israel presented to the Jordanian foreign office a video showing Amro waving two knives and threatening passers by.
During the night security forces arrested eight wanted terror suspects.
When she put her hand inside her shirt the guards shot her in the leg.
Hebron has long been known as a stronghold for terrorist groups in Judea.
Arab terror against Israeli drivers is rising as the UN General Assembly is taking place in New York.
The uptick in Arab terrorist violence is continuing with more attacks against Israeli soldiers and civilians.
The Israeli Air Force shot down a drone along the southern coast that was launched by the Hamas terrorist organization in Gaza.
Local war monitors are blaming either the Syrians or the Russians for the strike against the aid convoy near Aleppo on Monday, which came after the Syrians had declared an end to the week-long ceasefire.
The IDF Spokesperson's Office reiterated that the IDF would not permit any violation of Israel's airspace.
"I expect from the international community a uniform standard in the war on terrorism," Netanyahu insisted.
Police are looking for the perpetrator of this vile prank.
The terrorist attempted to stab a soldier.
The terrorist's knife hit the policewoman's spine.
In advance of the upcoming Jewish high holy days, Israel is preparing for the good and all else, by tightening security at night and by day.
Israeli and Palestinian Authority special operations units are working quietly together to try and get the territories back under control.
Each year Arab terrorism escalates when the UN General Assembly is in session, as if terrorists believe violence will help their cause.
The UN envoy to the Middle East is once again equating Arab violence against Israelis with IDF defense against stabbings.
Israeli soldiers foiled a stabbing attack on a fellow soldier in Hebron, overpowering the attacker without having to fire a shot.
French President Francois Hollande tells a gathering that France doesn't have enough resources to prevent, let alone fight, the terror in its midst.
Ahmad Khan Rahami has been identified as the Chelsea terrorist whose bombing hurt 29 people. He is now in custody.
Mount Hebron Regional Council Head Yochai Damari said there was a connection between the failure to enforce court decisions on the ground in Susiya and the revival of Arab terror attacks in Jerusalem and Hebron.
Rahami was born in Afghanistan and became an American citizen. Police say he is armed and dangerous.
According to Hatzalah, one soldier was lightly injured and received treatment.
Netanyahu ordered Knesset Speaker Edelstein to continue to prevent MKs and ministers from going up to the Temple Mount during this sensitive period, such sensitive period being defined as "always."
The mayor of Elizabeth suggested that "based on the loudness, I think people could have been severely hurt or injured if they had been in the vicinity."