Photo Credit: Hatzalah Yo"sh
Attack nar Kiryat Arba - March 14, 2016

While the IDF was still cleaning up aafter the first terror attack near Kiryat Arab this morning, a second Arab driver tried to ram into the soldiers at the Elias junction around 7:15 AM, just a half hour later.

The car came from Highway 60 and hit an IDF officer’s car. The terrorist has been shot and killed.


The officer was lightly wounded in this attack, in addition to the soldier wounded earlier.

The northern entrance to Kiryat Arba is currently closed to traffic.


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  1. If you want to live your life with this "everyone hates me mentalitiy" go ahead ,spend your life crying.. I and many like me would rather take on the challenge and see if we could change even 1 opinion, by alway teaching and teaching positivly… remember "he who changes 1 life is as if he changes all"…

  2. Every time a Jew is killed by the Ifafada kill a Hamas member held in Israeli prisons. Start with the infamous ones first.

    There are several Palestinian leaders and politicians held in Israeli jails, including 47 Hamas members of the Palestinian Legislative Council, in addition to some ministers and the mayors and municipal council members of various towns and cities in the West Bank.

    Marwan Barghouti a leader of the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades militia and al-Mustaqbal political party, was arrested and tried by an Israeli civilian court for attacks carried out by the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades. He was convicted on 20 May 2004 on five counts of murder and sentenced to five life sentences and forty years.

    Ahmad Sa'adat, secretary-general of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) is currently held by Israel.In 2002, he was tried, convicted and imprisoned in Jericho by the Palestinian National Authority, for his role in the assassination of Israeli Tourism Minister Rehavam Zeevi on 17 October 2001 by the PFLP. The Palestinian Supreme Court later declared his imprisonment unconstitutional. His imprisonment by the PNA, rather than extradition to Israel as required by the Oslo Accords, was negotiated between the PNA, Israel the US and the UK. Under the terms of that agreement, the imprisonment was to be monitored by US and UK observers. On 14 March 2006, after both the American and British monitors, as well as the Palestinian guards of the Jericho jail abandoned their posts, Israeli forces surrounded the prison in Jericho and took Sa'adat, who has been under administrative detention since then.

    In 2005, three members of Nablus's municipal council including the mayor Adly Yaish, Qalqilya mayor Wajih Qawas, Beita mayor Arab Shurafa, and two members of the Bani Zeid municipal council – all members of Hamas were arrested.

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