?Good News: IDF soldier critically wounded by Muslim terrorist in Samaria out of danger
The condition of the soldier who was critically wounded in the Samaria ramming attack last month has improved considerably, Rabin Medical Center said, adding he was transferred to rehabilitation in a moderate condition.
Two weeks ago, Lieutenant Ziv Daus, 21, of Azur, and Sergeant Netanel Kahalani, 20, of Eliakim were murdered and two others seriously wounded in a car ramming attack by a Muslim terrorist on Route 585 from Mevo Dotan towards Hermesh in northern Samaria.
A Shin Bet interrogation of Muslim terrorist Alaa Kabha, a security prisoner released from Israeli prison in April of last year, showed that the car ramming was intentional and nationalistically motivated.
While the terrorist initially claimed it was an accident, he later changed his account and admitted he wanted to murder soldiers.