IDF forces, the Shin Bet and the Israel Civil Administration searched on Saturday the house of the 17-year-old Muslim terrorist from the Arab village of Halhul, who carried out a combined car-ramming and attempted stabbing attack in Gush Etzion on Friday.
The Civil Administration additionally revoked some of the terrrorist’s relatives’ entry permits into Israel.
Two Israelis were injured in Friday’s attack, one of them seriously.
During the terrorist’s house’s search, the security forces were faced with a violent disturbance that included rock-throwing by Muslim terrorists.
The IDF responded by using demonstration dispersing means and firing into the air. There were no casualties and no damage was caused during the attack.
An Israeli civilian was left in serious condition after being run over by a Muslim terrorist at Gush Etzion Junction Friday morning. A 70-year-old man was also lightly wounded in the terror attack. The terrorist was critically wounded after being shot and neutralized by security forces nearby.
The Muslim terrorist, who was identified as 17-year-old Az al-Din Kraja from Halhul north of Hevron, rammed his car into the first victim, a 70-year-old man, who sustained a light head wound.
He continued down the road where he hit the second victim, 35, who is currently in serious but stable condition.
The terrorist then got out of his car with a knife and tried to stab soldiers.