2 Border Police officers wounded during counter-terrorism operation near Jerusalem
BREAKING: Two Border Police officers were lightly wounded during a counter-terrorism operation in the Arab village of Biddu, northwest of Jerusalem.
Violent riots broke out at the entrance to the village, with Muslim terrorists throwing rocks and firebombs at the forces operating in the area.
During the riots, a Muslim terrorist attempted to snatch the weapon of one of the officers, who fired several bullets at the ground to prevent the snatching.
Two Border Police officers were lightly injured during the attack. They were evacuated to Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital.
Additional troops were called to the scene to quell the terrorists by using crowd dispersal methods.
In addition, hundreds of terror fans gathered in the Ras al-Amud neighborhood of Jerusalem to participate in the funeral of an Arab thief whose body was handed over to his family this evening.
Violent Muslim riots broke out after the funeral.