Today's Terrorist Attack

Car-ramming attack near Beit Haggai: Soldiers eliminated the terrorist

A terrorist tried to run over fighters in the area of ​​the Beit Haggai intersection in the south of Mount Hebron. The fighters shot and killed him. There were no Israeli casualties in the incident

(Photo: Haim Goldberg/Flash90)

Initial report of a car-ramming attack in the south of Mount Hebron, near Beit Haggai. The report indicates that a terrorist tried to run over soldiers at an intersection towards Hebron. The fighters returned fire and killed the terrorist.

There were no Israeli casualties in the incident.

Documentation of the scene of the attack in Beit Hagai (use according to section 27a)
(Photo: Rescue Without Borders Judea and Samaria)

The IDF stated: "A report was received of an attempted attack against a military position, at intersection 200 near Hebron in the Yehuda region, the terrorist was neutralized, more details later."

Second attack in the area within a week

As a reminder, last week, in the same area, a shooting attack occurred in which Bat-Sheva Nagari, HY"D, was murdered, and Aryeh Gottlieb was severely injured. A terrorist from Hebron opened fire at the vehicle they were traveling in at the Kvasim Junction and fled to Hebron. Nagari passed away almost immediately, and Gottlieb was seriously injured and rushed to Soroka Hospital, where he underwent surgery and his condition stabilized.

The terrorist was caught less than a day later in Hebron, in an operation by the Israel's Counter Terrorism Unit after he had already said goodbye to his family members.

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