Three Muslim terrorists from an Arab village near Hevron were arrested for attempting to murder Jews by throwing rocks about a month ago at Israeli vehicles traveling on Route 60, the Shin Bet cleared for publication Thursday.
The terrorists, two of whom are minors around the age of 17, were nabbed last month in the Arab village of Sa’ir near Hevron, in a joint operation of the Shin Bet and the IDF.
During their interrogation, it was revealed that the Muslim terrorists took part in a rock-throwing attack in which a 9-month-old baby was wounded.
Yesterday once again Muslim terrorists attempted to murder Jews by throwing rocks at passing vehicles north of Jerusalem. A 9-month-old Israeli baby was lightly wounded when the bus was attacked. Share – because the mainstream media won't be covering this. https://t.co/ROERp2EXoL pic.twitter.com/eHHKZ0BQGG
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“The General Security Service will continue to act to prevent terror and bring to justice those involved in terrorist activity in any form,” the Shin Bet said.
An Israeli driver was lightly wounded from glass shrapnel yesterday when the car he was traveling in was attacked by rock-throwing terrorists near the terror nest of Al-Lubban ash-Sharqiya, south of Shechem.
The IDF arrested 8 Muslim terrorists overnight in Judea and Samaria, who were wanted for involvement in terrorism and violent disorders directed against civilians and security personnel.