An Israeli soldier hurt in a second Palestinian ramming attack

A second Palestinian attempt to run over  IDF units hunting terrorists injured a soldier near Kochav Yair Thursday evening.  The terrorist was captured shortly after he made his escape. This ramming attack took place in the same vicinity as the first, on Rte 60 in the  Ramallah district.


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4 thoughts on “An Israeli soldier hurt in a second Palestinian ramming attack

  • Dec 13, 2018 @ 18:05 at 18:05

    the israelies has lost control … lol , they cant stop getting their own people rammed by the palestinians …..

    imagine if a war breaks with hizbola or iran.

    lol youre done guys .. lollllllllllll

    • Dec 13, 2018 @ 18:53 at 18:53

      The French can’t stop Islamofascism in Strasbourg…
      The British can’t stop Islamofascism in the UK…
      The Belgians can’t stop Islamofascism in Belgium…

      with APPEASEMENT.

      Islamofascism is a World-Wide problem.

    • Dec 13, 2018 @ 20:31 at 20:31

      lol, you’re STILL a Child of A SHARMOUTA AND HER PET DONKEY….HEE HAW…..

    • Dec 13, 2018 @ 21:41 at 21:41

      The inaction by Israel on hamas terrorism over the past few months (other than giving them $15 million dollars monthly), has resulted in this escalation of violence against israeli citizens.

      There are shootings, there are knife attacks, there are cars running over Israelis and other terrorist incidents. This is in addition to Rockets being fired by hamas and fire kites destroying Israel’s lands.

      hamas, palestinians and hizbollah are laughing at the unresponsive Israelis as they increase their attacks against Israel. The terrorism is increasing, as are their weapons.

      It is time for Israel to act.

      It would also be advisable for Israel to have an effective public relations campaign, to match that of the crying hamas PR campaign, and not care how the world responds.


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