6 zionist Israeli soldiers injured in new W. Bank Intifada operation
Six zionist Israeli soldiers suffered moderate-to-light injuries on Friday afternoon when a Palestinian young man rammed his car into them near Beit Ummar town, northwest of al-Khalil city.
The car-ramming attack happened a few hours after a similar one was carried out near Jerusalem and led to the injury of two Israeli soldiers.
Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper said that a Palestinian attacked with his car a group of soldiers standing on the side of a road near the entrance to Beit Ummar town and wounded six of them.
It added that the attacker was shot and killed in his car, noting that two of the wounded soldiers were officers.
The slain driver was identified as 18-year-old Issa Arafat, according to different Israeli media outlets.