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Soldier lightly wounded in vehicular attack in Huwara
Terrorist shot dead after ramming car into Givati troops patrolling Highway 60 south of Nablus in the West Bank; court extends remand of two 12-year-old Palestinian boys caught wandering around central J'lem with knives.

An IDF soldier was lightly wounded in a vehicular attack in Huwara south of Nablus on Thursday. The terrorist has been neutralized.

 

 

The terrorist's car rammed into a Givati force patrolling Highway 60 that stopped to conduct security checks of Palestinians.

 

The troops responded by opening fire at the terrorist, identified as 22-year-old Hassan Bazur, shooting him dead.

 

One of the soldiers was very light wounded, and was taken to the Beilinson Hospital at the Rabin Medical Center in Petah Tikva suffering from bruises.

 

The Jerusalem Magistrate's Court on Thursday extended the remand of two 12-year-old Palestinian boys caught the previous day carrying knives. Police says the two planned to commit a stabbing attack, but they deny the accusations.

 

The two children from Kafr 'Aqb were caught in Jerusalem around 6pm after raising the suspicion of police and civilians who saw them walking at the corner of Hahoma HaShlishit Street and Kheil ha-Handasa.

 

The knives found in the two children's possession.
The knives found in the two children's possession.

 

Policemen at the scene approached the two and noticed they had their hands in their pockets. After searching them, the officers found the knives.

 



 

 


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