Teen injured in rock-throwing terror attack in Samaria

There were no serious injuries in a rock-throwing incident Sunday that damaged several cars.

By World Israel News Staff

A 15-year-old girl from the community of Neve Tzuf, aka Halamish, in the Binyamin region of Samaria was mildly injured in a Palestinian terror attack Sunday afternoon, TPS reported.

Several vehicles were damaged in the rock-throwing attack.

There have been a constant stream of attacks in Judea and Samaria, often underreported when they don’t lead to injuries or death.

On Jan. 21, Israeli police manning a checkpoint in Jerusalem say they were the target of a car-ramming attack on when a vehicle driving towards them refused to stop.

The vehicle arrived at a police checkpoint in the area of the a-Tur neighborhood in eastern Jerusalem, near the Mount of Olives. Ignoring orders to stop, the driver continued moving towards the officers.

The driver fled the scene. Police forces have launched a search for the vehicle.

The police are investigating an incident in which an Arab threatened a policewoman with a knife in Kafr Qassem last week as a terrorism incident, it stated a week after the attack.

The police arrested a young Arab woman following an incident reported on Jan. 14, in which she reportedly threatened an Israeli policewoman with a knife outside the police station in Kafr Qassem.

The 17-year-old resident of the Palestinian Authority (PA) was suspected of terrorist motives.