VIDEO - Monday's unquestionable hero in Israel was Chief Inspector Kobi Mor, the police officer who shot the second suicide bomber in Dimona and managed to foil a double terror attack. Later that afternoon, Mor told reporters about the drama which took place at the southern town's commercial center, after a woman was killed and about 10 people were injured. "When I arrived at the area, one of the people told me that there was a terrorist there who was still alive. I pulled out my gun and saw him reaching towards the explosive belt. I fired at the terrorist, along with another sapper who fired at him. Mor recounts his actions (Video: infolive.tv) "The terrorist's hand dropped and began twitching. I thought he was dying, but two minutes later he raised his hand again. I went into a kneeling position and fired four more shots at his head." Senior police commanders who arrived at the scene of the attack praised the police officer's actions, which they said prevented a more serious attack. Mor is an officer in the new Magen unit that has been tasked with combating the drug trade between Israel and Egypt. He received a report from a unit intelligence officer about the attack in Dimona: "I made a U-turn and headed towards Dimona. I called all teams from the unit to the town of Dimona. "We arrived first to the pedestrian mall. The town was really calm, there wasn't any noise or panic and it almost seemed as if there hadn't been a terrorist attack. At one point, as I was driving towards the city center, people pointed us towards the direction of the commercial center and we started running towards the pedestrian mall," Mor said. According to the inspector, "during the incident I didn't feel anything. The moment I clearly identified the suicide bomber laying on the ground and I saw the white explosive belt on him – I acted according to the models I was taught. The reactions are instinctive and you don't think about anything except for saving human life. At the same time, I directed my other teams to evacuate everybody from the area." Police Commissioner Dudi Cohen praised Chief Inspector Kobi Mor's actions: "His actions prevented additional casualties. We're talking about a police officer who was an IDF officer in the past, a company commander in the paratroopers, who noticed that the terrorist was injured and moving his body. He did what he was required to do. He will receive a citation for bravery and be promoted immediately." Referring to the manner in which the terrorist arrived to Dimona, Cohen said: "We all know what happened on the border between Israel and Egypt very recently. We will soon know from where the terrorists arrived. We still don't know the area from which they infiltrated into Israel."