Palestinian terrorist shot while attacking IDF forces

Israeli security forces eliminated a Palestinian terrorist who attacked them during an undercover operation.

Israeli security forces shot and killed a Palestinian terrorist in the Far’a refugee camp at the foothills of the Jordan Valley on Monday night.

The IDF’s elite Duvedevan undercover unit, operating in the town to arrest a terror suspect, was attacked by a knife-wielding Palestinian who was shouting  Allahu Akbar — Arabic for “God is greater” —a phrase often used by Muslim terrorists during attacks.

The forces called on him to halt, and when he failed to heed their calls, they eliminated him.

Palestinian rioters shot at the Israeli forces, also throwing improvised explosive devices at them.

No Israelis were harmed in the incidents.

Palestinian sources identified the terrorist as Muhamad Salhi, 33.

This incident was the latest in a long series of Palestinian terror attacks that have plagued Israelis over the course of over a year, claiming the lives of 45 victims and wounding over 650.

By: Aryeh Savir, World Israel News