Things You Need To Know About Terrorist Who Perpetrated Yesterday’s Car-Ramming Attack in Israel


Yesterday, a 17-year-old palestinian tried to murder some Israelis, using his car as his primary weapon – followed by a knife.

Two Israeli civilians were wounded — one seriously — in a vehicular-ramming attack carried out by a Palestinian terrorist in the West Bank on Friday morning.

The assailant — a 17-year-old male from the city of Halhul, north of Hebron — was shot and detained by IDF soldiers at the Gush Etzion Junction after he left the van he was driving and tried to stab them.

The severely wounded Israeli — 35-year-old Evven Ezer Holhering, a married father of six from Kiryat Arba — was transported to the Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital in Jerusalem with a head injury. His wife, Miriam, has asked the people of Israel to pray for her husband.

David Ramati — a 70-year-old Israeli man who was lightly wounded in the attack — told reporters the terrorist “had a big smile on his face” before running into to him on the side of Route 60, the main north-south thoroughfare in the West Bank.

Naturally, this terror attack has not made the mainstream media at all.

Nor a photo of the terrorist, who joins other members of the IntiPrada to dispel the notion that somehow only “the poor and desperate” perpetrate such attacks.

Judging by that expensive lens he has, I am guessing he lives in one of Halhul’s really nice houses.

A couple of other interesting facts about Halhul: it is near where the bodies of the three Israeli teenagers Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaar, and Naftali Fraenkel were found.

And the name of the village itself represents its Jewish roots – even according to this “Palestine” site.

That should read the Hebrew prophet Jonah.

Update: Incidentally, Bing translate worked really well here.

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