An attempted stabbing attack against IDF soldiers occured on Sunday, November 1, around 1:50 PM during a riot in Beit Anoun, near Kiryat Arba.
The knife-wielding attacker was shot and killed before he could cause any casualties.
A second stabbing attack against IDF soldiers in Hebron occured around 12:00 PM.
The terrorist tried to stab a soldier and was shot and killed at the entrance to Beit Hadassah. No further casualties were reported in the incident.
Earlier, an IDF soldier was stabbed and lightly wounded near the Cave of the Patriarchs in the same city. The terrorist in that incident was also neutralized and killed.
An IDF soldier was stabbed Thursday morning in Hebron, near the Cave of the Patriarchs.
A knife-wielding Palestinian managed to get close to Israeli forces and stabbed a soldier in his head. The soldier then shot the attacker, who was trying to continue stabbing more people.
The stabbed soldier was lightly wounded. The terrorist was neutralized and killed.
A knife-wielding Palestinian tried to stab soldiers around 3:30 PM on Wednesday, October 28 near a military checkpost in Tel Rumeida in Hebron.
The terrorist was neutralized and killed, without further casualties to Israeli forces.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a statement at around 2:00 PM in response to Christian-Arab MK Basel Ghattas’s ascent to the Temple Mount this morning:
“The Temple Mount has been calm for two weeks. We are putting every effort to preserve this calm, but apparently there are people who are troubled by it. MK Ghattas entered the Temple Mount and went to the Al-Aqsa Mosque. I promise you that he didn’t do this to pray, he did it only for provocation, and only to inflame the situation.
In accordance with my general instruction, police removed him from there. I won’t allow any MK or minister to inflame the Temple Mount, and I call on all MKs and public personalities to display responsibility, especially in this time.”