Two Palestinian car-ramming attacks: An Israeli soldier injured

In the first attack, a Palestinian raced his car into the Ganot checkpoint in Samaria. A soldier was injured and the driver got away. The second took place further south, when another Palestinian tried to crash into soldiers on checkpoint duty at the “Sheeps’ Junction” outside Hebron. No one was hurt. The Palestinian driver was taken into custody.

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3 thoughts on “Two Palestinian car-ramming attacks: An Israeli soldier injured

  • May 11, 2018 @ 21:15 at 21:15

    Did video capture the cars license plate and driver?

  • May 12, 2018 @ 21:51 at 21:51

    What a cowardly act. Typical Palestinian.

  • May 13, 2018 @ 0:41 at 0:41

    ” the driver got away.”

    When I travel in Stachim, all checkpoints are equipped with these metal barriers on the street that flap to one side but resist to the other, so if you are driving where you should not, you loose all 4 tires, no where to escape the bullets of the M16.
    So if you try to drive into the checkpoint the right direction, a soldier my shoot
    you if you dont behave and slow down to show your ID, and answer the questions asked
    Very wired how a mudslime, who receives extra checking at a check point got a way with it.
    How can it be?!



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